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American lawmakers gathered at the Capitol one year after a mob stormed the building.
Protesters tell Newsbeat changes to citizenship laws could unfairly affect ethnic minorities.
The Jeremy Irons and George MacKay film re-examines the events leading up to World War Two.
Many healthcare workers have refused to work in state hospitals and are now operating underground.
Weaving machinery and decreasing wages have forced many Kashmiri women out of the industry.
Dafydd and Katie Griffiths attended Kate and William's first official visit after getting engaged.
Maria Rose Belding explains how she started a US database to distribute unwanted food to the hungry.
Entain revenues rose in the pandemic as online betting made up for trade lost at betting shops.
Intuitive Machines and its rivals hope to make the first US moon landings since Apollo 17 in 1972.
The BBC's Ros Atkins looks at the twists and turns of the row over the tennis star's cancelled visa.