The president says his Covid-19 strategy is "moving along well", despite a nationwide surge in cases.
New rules mean F1, international football, golf and snooker tournaments can return in England.
An online portal will launch in England later this month to help people with ongoing symptoms.
People across the UK will applaud later to celebrate 72 years since the founding of the health service.
Trends in recent coronavirus infections suggest Leicester is very different from the rest of the UK.
People across the country could go to pubs and restaurants after coronavirus restrictions were eased.
The man in his 20s died at the scene in Islington after being found with gunshot wounds, police say.
Tribal Clash says there is "no cash" after cancelling events around the world because of coronavirus.
One of the top candidates for the presidency has recovered from Covid-19.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says his team will have to get used to added pressure during a nervy Premier League run-in after they beat Watford on Saturday.
An Electron rocket launched from New Zealand's North Island fails in flight, destroying its satellites.
Boris Johnson's father Stanley has defended his trip to Greece, which critics said broke lockdown rules.
Celebrations as pubs and hairdressers reopen in England also make many of Sunday's front pages.
Before and after portraits as the people of Coventry visit the salon for the first time in three months
Beth Johnson and Phil Hobbs had to scale down their wedding day because of coronavirus restrictions.
Haven't used your car in a while? Here are five tips to help you get going again.
People who usually assist with airport deportations have been helping feed those affected by the Covid-19 lockdown.
When Matjames Metson hit rock bottom after Hurricane Katrina, it was the daughter he hadn't seen for 16 years who turned his life around.
Bradford is second in the UK's Covid-19 league table, says Dr John Wright, because it's a table of inequality.
The TraceTogether Token is designed to make an app more effective, but worries privacy campaigners.
Radio 1 Newsbeat ask people from South Asian backgrounds about using of skin-lightening products.
How one father's email after his death has led people to share their stories of grief and loss.
Experts have differing views about how the capital will emerge from the pandemic.
Indian-born Dadabhai Naoroji was the first Asian to sit in the House of Commons.
Manchester United's front three of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood have 55 goals between them. How good are they?
Lewis Hamilton says some drivers' reluctance to take a knee before the Austrian Grand Prix is down to a lack of understanding of racism.
Teenager Mason Greenwood scores two superb goals as in-form Manchester United hammer relegation-threatened Bournemouth.
Bukayo Saka says it was a "week I will remember my whole life" after scoring in Arsenal's win at Wolves days after signing a new long-term deal.
Serpentine stuns Epsom with a runaway success at 25-1 to give trainer Aidan O'Brien a record eighth Derby win.
Chelsea could be helped in Havertz chase as Bayern cool interest, Real Madrid want to sell Rodriguez, Tottenham keen on Aarons from Norwich, plus more.
Valtteri Bottas beats Lewis Hamilton to pole position as Mercedes dominate qualifying at Austrian GP, while Ferrari have shocking day.
Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky's howler helps Bayern Munich to a 4-2 win in the German Cup final.
How will social and work life be different after the easing of more restrictions?
Churches, mosques and other places of worship can open in England from 4 July - but with changes.
Where can I go and what can do on a holiday in the UK?
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
People who have been in close contact with someone found to have Covid-19 are now being traced.
Pubs and restaurants in England can now reopen, but do I need to book ahead?
New agreements mean people entering the UK from certain countries will not have to quarantine.
Social distancing and lockdown rules are changing in England - but what can you now do?
How to keep your guests safe when they come round to visit during a global pandemic?
Which children are going back to school, and what about the rest?
By piecing together statements and claims, we have created a chronology of events.
Face coverings are compulsory on public transport in England and Scotland.
Cases are rising in Texas, Florida, Arizona and California - here's a look at the data and the theories.
Local councils counter online rumours about imminent lockdowns, and what's behind them.
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?
A local lockdown has been introduced to stop the spread of Covid-19 in Leicester - but how will it work?
What do you need to know if you're planning to fly during the Covid-19 pandemic?
After six weeks of the restrictions, many aspects of everyday life have been transformed.
Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.
Nine million people have accessed the scheme, which now allows furloughed workers to come back part-time.
The city is the first to experience a local lockdown as officials try to curb its coronavirus cases.
Key maps and charts explain how the virus has impacted markets and businesses around the world.
Questions about support bubbles, and other coronavirus topics.
China and the US both say they have done the most testing for coronavirus - so who's right?
As the world hits the grim milestone of 10 million confirmed cases, which countries are seeing the biggest rises, and what might be behind them?
Many weddings were cancelled during lockdown, while some will have to change to meet the new rules.
Recovery from Covid-19 can be a lengthy process, depending on how seriously people get the virus.
Maddie Yarham worked in the Norfolk fields during lockdown when a job at John Lewis fell through.
A look back at the height of lockdown when England's cities and tourist spots stood empty.
He nearly quit motorsport for good, but 2020 is his chance to prove himself among the world's best.
There are many key workers carrying on with jobs that you may not have realised are classified as critical.
Rob and Kim Scholefield were told the cancer was inoperable due to its proximity to the brain.