It’s been a month since protests began in the United States over the death of George Floyd, who was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis.
As boasts from President Donald Trump go, it’s arguably not the biggest. He had claimed that almost a million people wanted tickets to his first campaign rally in Tulsa.
People have marched in support of the Black Lives Matter movement for a third weekend.
It is not just in the UK that debate is raging about statues and monuments.
Will a face covering really protect you from Covid-19?
Is there a clear path to normality – or a new normal?
The Spanish Flu pandemic hit the world 100 years ago. Are there any lessons for today as countries try to stem the spread of Covid-19?
For centuries, infectious diseases have spread across the world. Their deadliness has been well documented – but have they altered the path of history?
The NHS has begun trials to find out if using blood plasma from patients who’ve recovered from coronavirus could help treat people who’ve become critically ill.
As many countries around the world extend their lockdowns and impose even tighter restrictions, some parts of Europe are beginning – slowly – to relax some measures.
Doctors are calling for an urgent investigation into whether black, Asian and minority ethnic people are disproportionately affected by coronavirus.
The impact of the coronavirus will doubtless dominate the Budget – when the new Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivers it on Wednesday.
Thousands of new cases – in Britain and around the world – with a surge in both infections and deaths in Italy and Iran.
Buddy Holly’s done it, Roy Orbison’s done it, and now Whitney Houston’s doing it. It’s a hologram tour – where singers take to the stage long after their deaths by using the latest technology.
In a TV announcement that doubled as an attack on the Home Secretary, senior civil servant Philip Rutnam said he was not only quitting, but also taking his former employer to court for ‘constructive dismissal’.