It was a week when old friends were reunited to tell stories about what happened in the past.
Catch up on the pick of our analysis of that dramatic hearing - and seven other stories you may have missed.
Cummings on COVID
As a senior figure in Downing Street during the early days of the pandemic, he had a unique view of what was going on. You can read his inside story here. Those who he attacked, like Matt Hancock, say his claims are unsubstantiated - so who is telling the truth?
George Floyd anniversary
Tuesday was the first anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. It brought back painful memories for Stuart Lawrence, whose brother Stephen was murdered in a racist killing in London in 1993. He spoke to Sky News to reflect on the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement in the UK in the past 12 months.
Read his story or watch this:
The Forgotten People
George Floyd's death sparked conversations all over the country about race and inequality - but a year later, is life any better for the UK's black and ethnically diverse communities? Sky News set out to try to answer this question and we discovered an astonishing truth - one which may also show the ways some groups are marginalised by established practices.
A landmark ruling on climate change
Oil giant Shell was this week ordered to slash its carbon emissions in order to protect the environment from climate change. The court ruling, thought to be the first of its kind, means it must cut its emissions by a net 45% by 2030.
The hunt for Raoul Moat
The cat-and-mouse search for the gunman Raoul Moat involved specialist police units, snipers, RAF jets and played out live to a worldwide TV audience. Now the police chief who led one of the UK's most notorious manhunts has shared her story. Listen here.
Phil Newby, 50, is a father of two from Rutland. He was diagnosed with motor neurone disease when he was 43. This week a new bill on assisted dying was tabled in the House of Lords, paving the way for a debate in parliament on the issue. Here, Phil explains why he believes terminally ill, mentally competent adults should have the right to choose when and where they die.
Privacy trailblazer or enemy of the press?
Max Mosley died this week. "Enemy of the free press", was the Sun newspaper's caustic description of the former Formula 1 boss. Other UK tabloids also pulled no punches. It's a testament of the 81-year-old's impact on the red tops and his legacy outside of the world of motorsport; to many, he will be remembered as the man who took on the News Of The World and won.
And finally - it was the one that Friends fans had been waiting 17 years for - so here are 17 takeaways from the long-awaited reunion. Lots of reminiscing on the show, but how well do YOU know the friends?