Mădălina Ciobanu:

President Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey has been making headlines since 9 May, when the White House published a statement citing the president’s decision, and the ramifications of this event have kept news organisations and readers’ lock screens busy ever since.
 
 At least once a day over the last week, if not more frequently, news outlets have been alerting audiences to new developments in the story.
 
 With so many updates, conflicting statements and key figures involved, it can be tricky for readers, even those with prior knowledge of Comey and his prominence in the 2016 US election, to keep track of what was happening, or to become interested in the news in the first place.