Your 5-Step Guide to Navigating a Scary Stock Market Strong feelings are fine. You’re only human. But remember why you invested in the first place. The best action to take might not involve your portfolio. Do Americans Understand How Badly They’re Doing?In France, where I live, the virus is under control. I can hardly believe the news coming out of the United States. Pride, power, pedals and protest: black British photographers pick a best shotBlack Lives Matter has underlined the crucial role played by black photographers. We asked eight British leaders in their field to pick a favourite image from their archives – and explain why it’s so important to them Letter of the week: All talk, no actionAlison Phillips’s pledge for greater ethnic diversity in newspaper offices (The Diary, June 26) was both encouraging and exasperating. Encouraging because, as she says, honest self-reflection within an industry hitherto silent about recruitment bias is Among the gravestones, I begin to compose my own elegy written in a Brighton churchyardI have taken, in the warm weather, to sunning myself in the churchyard of St Nicholas of Myra (yes, that St Nicholas) in Brighton. I like to think of it as a graveyard (“Personally I have no bone to pick with graveyards, I take the air there willingly, 'I always remember feeling like the outsider'Four young, black entrepreneurs explain how skin colour has affected their business journey. Liverpool are worthy champions in a Premiership era as memorable as anything I have seenWhere were you when Liverpool won the Prem? Their supporters will remember as long as they live, or longer, but all football fans must have taken it in. What’s the point of living if you don’t have a personal memory of remarkable moments? VE Day, 8 Ma What a brief moment of being outnumbered taught me about race relationsAt a memorial for the great Cyrille Regis, I had a very instructive glimpse of what it is like to be in the minority Clive Myrie survived war zones, came home to be a BBC anchorman — and got racist abuse and death threats‘Articulate” does not begin to describe Clive Myrie of BBC News. He is the best writer in its reporters’ room — I cite in evidence the moment when, over footage of a ramshackle tent village in Sudan Orwell prize nominee Aditya Chakrabortty: 'Don't do what everyone else is doing'The Guardian’s senior economics commentator reflects on challenges as a columnist at the Guardian and what he thinks sets the media organisation and its journalists apart Lori Lightfoot, Mayor of Chicago, on Who’s Hurt by Defunding Police“You are eliminating one of the few tools that the city has to create middle-class incomes for black and brown folks.” 'This country really is headed for this perfect storm of misery'In an interview with POLITICO, Julián Castro weighs in on coronavirus, defunding the police, and Biden's running mate. Coronavirus forced me to speak to my parents every day — and we learnt some unexpected things about each otherPassionate debates have become just that, rather than full-on gladiatorial fights to the death Ashley 'Dotty' Charles: 'Few moments compare to meeting Oprah!'The rapper and radio presenter on the problem with online activism, the power of protest, and the moment Oprah squeezed her hand Analysis | Jamaal Bowman on how he rocketed past Engel, and how the Democratic establishment should understand his likely victoryHe defeated long-term incumbent Rep. Eliot Engel in New York with the goal of moving the Democratic Party further left on some issues.