The beginning of the pandemic had left more than 20 million Americans jobless. For many that also meant losing their health benefits. When did the US become so reliant on employers for health care?
Ahead of the 2020 general election, a dozen young Democrats from across the US - many casting a ballot for the first time - told us what they think of the now-president.
More than 400 million people in the world speak Spanish and 10% of them live in the United States, according to the Cervantes Institute. But when do you classify a person as Hispanic or Latino?
British police have long dropped so-called identity parades but in the US the police line-up is still used, despite its obvious flaws. Campaigners want stricter rules to prevent more miscarriages of justice.