The president said he had made "not much headway" on the government budget with Democratic leaders.
What might cars of the future look like? Theo Leggett takes a drive in a new electric concept car from French brand DS.
Yorkshire-born Major Geoffrey Langlands arrived in Pakistan in its first days, and never left.
The controversial three-year-old Silicon Valley start-up sells e-cigarettes and is now valued at more than $38bn (£30bn).
About 500 migrants attempted to travel to the UK on small boats in 2018.
They are patrolling the city of Fortaleza following dozens of gang attacks on shops, banks and buses.
From befriending a kangaroo to over-indulging on Swiss cheese, Sigrid reflects on her hectic 2018.
The prime minister promises "world class" treatments, but experts warn it will be tough to deliver.
MOTD discuss whether young Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi would be better off developing in the German Bundesliga after his impressive performance in the FA Cup against Nottingham Forest.
Ngendera Albert wants to provide a safe home for crocodiles.
British overseas territories and Crown dependencies will be able to design and mint their own versions.
A government report says this point will be reached in 2029 before an "unstoppable" decline.
The new regulation will end secret divorces - where men end a marriage without telling their wives.
A government spokesman is forced to evacuate his office as violence breaks out in Paris.
A photo of married father Lee Pomeroy, who was stabbed to death on a train, is on several front pages.
The special forces personnel are understood to have been seriously wounded in an Islamic State attack.
Wasps begin the defence of their Superleague title by outclassing last year's losing finalists Loughborough Lightning at Arena Birmingham.
League One Gillingham shock Premier League Cardiff City as Elliott List's winner sends them into the FA Cup fourth round.
Watch the quirkier moments from the third round of the FA Cup so far, including Alvaro Morata's miss and an incredible prediction from a young Accrington Stanley fan.
Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock says it is a "disgrace" that Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne joined Bournemouth.