Margaret Mitchell: Google fires AI ethics founder - BBC News
She is the second senior figure to leave the online giant's ethics unit over the past few months.
'Their goal is to destroy everyone': Uighur camp detainees allege systematic rape - BBC News
In new testimony, former detainees of China's detention camps describe systematic rape and torture.
US Congress in turmoil as violent Trump supporters breach building - BBC News
Violent Trump supporters storm Washington's Capitol as lawmakers meet to confirm Joe Biden's victory.
Facebook pours fuel on Apple privacy row - BBC News
A long-running row over tracking user data for ads escalates as Facebook goes on the offensive.
US election 2020: Why does the vote matter to people in UK? - BBC News
How could a Trump or a Biden win have an impact on the lives of people in the UK?
US election 2020: The other 1,214 candidates running for president - BBC News
What unites a concert pianist, an IT technician and a crypto billionaire? The 2020 White House race.
Presidential Debate: How The World's Media Reacted - BBC News
"Childish", "gruelling" and an "unwatchable fever dream" - how the world saw Tuesday's debate.
The Black Victims Honoured In Naomi Osaka's US Open Masks - BBC News
Each of Osaka's masks in the US Open remembers a black victim of alleged police or racist violence. Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, Ahmaud Arbery, Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Philando Castile, TamirRice
Jacob Blake Sends Message To Supporters From Hospital - BBC News
Mr Blake says in a video from hospital that he is in pain but there is a "lot more life to live".
TikTok Boss Quits As Trump's Ban Looms - BBC News
Kevin Mayer is leaving the video-sharing app at the centre of controversy amid US-China tensions.
Biden VP Pick: Susan Rice, The Diplomat And Lightning Rod - BBC News
A former Obama White House official, Susan Rice, is a top contender to be Joe Biden's running mate. Even if she is not chosen as the vice-presidential nominee, she is likely to be a key player if he wins. So who is she?
TikTok Founder Defends Potential Microsoft Sale - BBC News
The social media company has been caught between the tensions between the US and China.
Coronavirus: Russia Plans Mass Vaccination Campaign In October - BBC News
The health minister says clinical trials are over and doctors and teachers will be vaccinated first.
Labour joins Facebook advert boycott over 'hateful material' - BBC News
The party says it will not advertise on the site "in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter" movement.
Could a boycott kill Facebook? - BBC News
As Ford, Adidas, Microsoft and HP pause ads on the social network, should Facebook be worried?
US House passes sweeping police reform bill - BBC News
The White House has threatened to veto the measure, which Senate Republicans reject as an overreach.
Ahmaud Arbery: Three men indicted over death of black jogger in February - BBC News
Travis McMichael, his son Greg, and William Bryan are indicted by a jury in the US state of Georgia.
Iranian Scientist Acquitted Of Stealing Research Deported By US - BBC News
Iran and the US deny Sirous Asgari, cleared of trying to steal secrets, is part of a prisoner swap.
Biden wants woman VP and other debate takeaways - BBC News
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders face off in a surprisingly feisty Democratic debate dominated by the outbreak.
YouTube 'not a public forum' with guaranteed free speech - BBC News
First Amendment rights do not force YouTube to host or promote videos, a court rules.
Data breach hits agency overseeing White House communications - BBC News
The personal data of about 200,000 people is exposed in a cyber-attack.
Coronavirus: The economic cost is rising in China and beyond - BBC News
How is the coronavirus outbreak affecting China's economy and trade?
Iowa caucus results delayed by 'inconsistencies' - BBC News
Party officials stress the unprecedented holdup is a "reporting issue" and not a "hack".
Coronavirus: Two cases confirmed in UK - BBC News
Two members of a family receive specialist care, as Britons return from China on a government flight.
Coronavirus declared global health emergency by WHO - BBC News
The World Health Organization says efforts must be made to stop the virus spreading to vulnerable countries.
Meng Wanzhou case: Huawei executive's extradition hearings begin - BBC News
Meng Wanzhou is fighting an extradition request from the US following her arrest in Canada in 2018.