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President Joe Biden addresses the nation as the US mourns 500,000 people lost to Covid-19.
Christopher Pekny was making a device to be used at his child's gender-reveal party, police say.
Sarika Kale says she survived on instant noodles and chutney for years because that's all she could afford.
Sir Keir Starmer will be the first Labour leader to address the farmers' union since 2008.
How virtual artworks allow you to see anything from the sun to a giant spider in your own home.
Numbers are plunging due to pollution, unsustainable fishing and the draining of rivers.
A recently reformed criminal shares how he ran romance scams to serve as a warning to others.
Emma Coronel Aispuro's arrest comes two years after her husband was convicted in the US over his cartel.
Apps that offer to track your carbon footprint are becoming more common, but are they any good?
A London vicar says he was "called by God" to create the virtual 'Church of Chat'.
Tuesday's front pages are dominated by the prime minister's plan to ease England's lockdown.
BBC's Health reporter Laura Foster explains what we know currently about how children are affected by the virus.
In a written submission to Holyrood the former first minister names people he claims attempted to damage his reputation.
Christian Benteke's late goal gives Crystal Palace a dramatic Premier League win at rivals Brighton, who are now in threat of being drawn into a relegation battle.
The chief of the Cherokee Nation says 'it's time' for corporations to stop using native American names.
The sheer scale of the US death toll is hard to comprehend - it helps to hear the individual stories.
David Attenborough and activist Nisreen Elsaim are to address a UN session chaired by Boris Johnson.
Elliot Giles, Keely Hodgkinson and Tiffany Porter are among the names in Britain's European Indoor Championships squad.
Shops, hairdressers, gyms and outdoor hospitality could reopen on 12 April, Boris Johnson says.
Travel agencies and airlines say website traffic jumped following Boris Johnson's announcement.