Here are some of the stories CNN plans to cover this week:
Colorado shooting suspect due in court
James Holmes, the man suspected of shooting 70 people in a movie theater early Friday in Aurora, Colorado, is scheduled to appear in court Monday morning. The court file was sealed, according to a court order.
Holmes allegedly set off a noxious gas canister and opened fire a few minutes into a midnight showing of the latest Batman film, "The Dark Knight Rises." Twelve people were killed and 58 wounded.
Drew Peterson jury selection begins
Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday for former Illinois police Sgt. Drew Peterson, who is charged with killing his third wife, Kathleen Savio, in 2004. He remains under investigation in the October 2007 disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson.
Savio's death originally was ruled accidental. However, after Stacy Peterson went missing in October 2007, Drew Peterson became the focus of a police investigation. Authorities exhumed Savio's body and conducted a second autopsy, and this time her death was ruled a homicide.
Peterson has consistently said he never harmed either woman.
NFL teams report for training camp
National Football League teams open training camp for the 2012 season this week. The New Orleans Saints, hobbled by season-long suspensions for head coach Sean Payton and linebacker Jonathan Vilma, report Tuesday. FULL POST
The conservation group World Wildlife Fund ousted Spain's King Juan Carlos as its honorary president after his Botswana hunting trip sparked an outcry for its extravagance during an economic crisis.
The king's private visit came to light this year when he was rushed back to Madrid to undergo hip surgery after falling during the trip.
A firestorm ensued, forcing the 74-year-old king to apologize in April.
"I am very sorry. I made a mistake and it won't happen again," the king said on Spanish state television as he left the hospital.
The Spanish chapter of the WWF voted Saturday to abolish the honorary post, which the king has held since 1968.FULL STORY
A year ago, a man bombed a government building in Oslo before heading to an island summer camp, where he opened fire as terrified youth jumped into water to escape the hail of bullets.
The twin attacks killed 77 people, including 69 at the Labour Party summer camp.
Numerous events are scheduled nationwide Sunday to mark the first anniversary of the worst atrocity on Norwegian soil since World War II.
A nephew of Katherine Jackson reported the Jackson family matriarch missing late Saturday night after her grandchildren were unable to get in touch with her for a week.
It is the latest chapter in a messy dispute between several of Jackson's children and her advisers over her finances and legal affairs.
Jackson's nephew, Trent, filed the report with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office. But one of her sons involved in the dispute said she was fine and resting in Arizona.
"I want to reassure everyone (inc all sudden medical experts) that Mother is fine but is resting up in AZ on the orders of a doctor, not us," Jermaine Jackson tweeted.
"This is our mother and her health is paramount. We are not inventing or plotting anything. We are following doctor's advice. Period," he added.FULL STORY