Here's what you need to know about the 11 best books released this week.
Mumtaz Qadri killed Salman Taseer in 2011 for criticizing Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws.
The country's two main parties have been in a deadlock since December's elections.
Catch new original series such as "Patriot," the series premieres of "Taken" and "When We Rise," and comedy from Trevor Noah.
Artists and entertainers show their support for the millions marching worldwide for the rights of women, minorities and the disabled.
Flood of people overwhelms city's Metro system with hundreds of thousands expected.
Protests planned Sunday for New York City and Oakland, California.
'Everyone who supports women's rights' are welcome to demonstrate in Washington D.C. the day after Trump takes the oath of office.
The president is down to a 5 percent approval rating after being engulfed in an influence scandal.
Legal troubles quashed a referendum effort that would have sought to recall the president.
Prime minister will call a citizens' assembly in October to advise the government on whether a pro-choice vote should be held.
Protesters rally in favor of the UK staying in the European Union.
Pride in London polled over 1,000 people who identify as LGBT+.
Authorities hold one Turkish national and two from Dagestan after tip-off about plot.
The Russian president also made no mention of allied anti-Nazi efforts.
Sales rose in the Midwest and South and were unchanged in the Northeast in March.
The 6-foot-4-inch senior was no one's All-American. But he is the most exciting player in this year's NCAA tournament.