PMQs: Starmer accuses PM of ignoring virus help offer
Boris Johnson said the Labour leader's attacks on government were undermining "public trust and confidence
Coronavirus: Schools to reopen in Wales on 29 June
Parents who choose not to send their children to school when they reopen will not be fine
British PM Johnson tells China: We'll not walk away from Hong Kong people
Britain will not walk away from the people of Hong Kong if China imposes a national security law that would conflict with its international obligations under a 1984 accord, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday
Wall Street rises on Boeing, economic recovery hopes
A jump in Boeing shares led Wall Street higher on Wednesday, with investors hopeful of a rebound from a coronavirus-led economic slump amid continuing social unrest in the country
Regina teacher says social post accusing him of stealing from his own car highlights racial bias
Bank of Canada holds rate steady, saying COVID-19 economic impact 'appears to have peaked'
Inside a COVID-19 test lab, where negative results are positive news

From throat swab to high-tech lab and back again in under 24 hours. This is COVID-19 testing in Sydney
Ferguson Elects First African American Mayor
Ferguson, Missouri, elected Ella Jones as its first African American and first female mayor on June 2, a victory that coincided with nationwide anti-racism protests. Ferguson saw weeks of protests and riots in 2014, after police killed 18-year-old African American Michael Brown on August 10. A Department of Justice investigation later found a pattern of civil rights violations by the Ferguson Police Department. Jones, a local councilwoman, defeated another local councilwoman, Heather Robinett, with 54 percent of the vote. This footage was taken on the evening of June 2 by local outlet Real Stl News. Jones can be seen celebrating her victory with supporters. Credit: Real Stl News via Storyf