Former South Carolina governor and congressman Mark Sanford floated the possibility that he would challenge President Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination. He says he wants to call attention to government debt and spending.
Members of Congress in the House of Representatives have voted to condemn controversial tweets published by President Donald Trump. There was widespread condemnation when the US President told four congresswomen of colour to "go back" to their ho...
The musical legend explains the inspiration behind the iconic song he penned in 1986 and reflects on sharing a stage with Nelson Mandela. Clegg passed away after a battle with pancreatic cancer on 16 July 2019.
Karnataka's ruling Congress-Janata Dal Secular coalition, in serious danger of losing power after a string of resignations, may see today's Supreme Court verdict as a setback a day before it faces a trust vote. The court said the Speaker was "free...
Jenni Davis, wife of murdered victim Peter Davis says she is relieved with the guilty verdict. Ambrose John Clarke, 54, and Xavier Gerard Clarke, 52, have been found guilty of murdering 57-year-old Peter Davis again after facing a four-month re-tr...
Speaking outside the West Australian Supreme Court to the media is Adrian Bertino-Clarke, the brother-in-law of Ambrose John Clarke, 54, and Xavier Gerard Clarke, 52, who have been found guilty of murdering 57-year-old Peter Davis again after faci...
Bulgarian police said on Wednesday they have arrested a suspect for a cyber attack on the country's National Revenue Agency (NRA), which led to the leak of personal and financial data of millions of people.
Hafiz Saeed, the Mumbai attacks mastermind, has been arrested and sent to jail, news agency ANI has reported quoting Pakistani media. He has been sent to judicial custody and will face trial, said reports from Pakistan. Hafiz Saeed, the chief of t...
Senator and presidential candidate Kamala Harris says she's personally been told 'go back to where you came from.' The California Democrat, in Iowa, had an angry response to President Trump's recent tweet about four Democratic congresswomen.
Britain is set to leave the European Union on October 31. Here we look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
A pair of sneaky penguins were found hiding in a sushi shop near Wellington train station in New Zealand.
Jesmine Crossthwaite-Petrov, speaks to the media about her father's brief hearing at Melbourne Magistrates Court. Emil Petrov, 55 the estranged husband of Melbourne woman Cindy Crossthwaite has been charged with her murder more than a decade ago. ...
Melbourne man Michael Bowman, 57, speaks to media in Hobart after being rescued from the wilderness in the state's Central Highlands on Tuesday. Mr Bowman spent more than a week huddled in a small tent in blizzard-like conditions after losing most...
X40 was the code name for a factory in Hanoi that used to make military uniforms for the North Vietnamese army. Now it makes a very different kind of uniform.
Actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan hit out against the "autocratic attitude" of the centre and Tamil Nadu government yesterday, after fellow actor Suriya Sivakumar was criticised by the AIADMK and the BJP for his comments on the draft National E...
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Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens died on Tuesday (July 16) at age 99, the court said in a statement.
But the first woman to hold Europe’s top job told Euronews that she was simply pleased to win after having only 13 days to convince MEPs.
John Paul Stevens, the bow-tied, independent-thinking, Republican-nominated justice who unexpectedly emerged as the Supreme Court's leading liberal, died Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after suffering a stroke Monday. He was 99.
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Just months after becoming Lake City, South Carolina’s first black postmaster, Frazier Baker was lynched by an angry mob. 121 years later, the Post Office he died trying to protect bears his name.
Close to three million Australians are living in a declared "climate emergency", as more local councils take a stand and demand urgent action.
GWS forward Jeremy Cameron speaks to the media in Sydney on Monday and talks about GWS hitting 30,000 members, the Coleman Medal race and his own form. Cameron cheerfully admits form-wise he took a few weeks off during the AFL season and says crit...
NSW Police Detective Chief Inspector Jason Smith speaking to media at Sydney's Police Headquarters about the arrest of three men and the seizure of over 100kg of the drug ice from the back of a ute in the city's eastern suburbs. The trio have been...
Highlights of this day in history: TWA Flight 800 explodes; Russia's royal family executed; Disneyland opens; Nicaragua's Somoza goes into exile; Apollo and Soyuz link up in space; Baseball's Ty Cobb and jazz great John Coltrane die.
Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby has been nominated for two Emmy Awards for her hit stand-up show while Game of Thrones is set to dominate the night with a record 32 nods. NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOUR NEWS USAGE
Rescuers are still digging through the rubble of a decades-old four-storey building in south Mumbai's crowded Dongri area that collapsed on Tuesday morning. Thirteen people were killed and over 40 were feared trapped. Nine people - including two c...
A nephew of Bunyamin Oksuz speaks outside court after his uncle’s alleged killer Samir Mayhoub was bailed at the Supreme Court of Victoria. “I am not crying but I’m burning inside,” the man said as he escorted Oksuz’s widow from court.
Alison Christie Mains arrives at Sydney's Downing Centre District Court. She is due to be sentenced for multiple charges including obtaining financial advantage by deception and defrauding the Commonwealth or a public authority. (AAp Video/Sarah M...
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will today deliver its verdict on the death sentence awarded to Kulbhushan Jadhav, a retired Indian Navy officer, by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage and terrorism. India has challenged th...
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in parts of Kerala in the coming days. The weather forecasting agency on Tuesday issued a red alert in Idukki and Malappuram districts for July 18.
The number of people affected by the Assam floods rose to 52 lakh today, with as many as 1.5 lakh being moved to relief centres amid a red alert issued by the government. Five more died today, taking the total number of people killed in the floods...
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins joined several other key figures from that era for a look back at the historic moon mission, which began with liftoff exactly 50 years ago today.
Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers responds to the report into APRA that reveals the banking watchdog was too secretive, "unwilling to challenge itself" and slow to respond to problems, with an independent report demanding a major shake-up. Chalmers sa...
The Democratic-led US House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to condemn President Donald Trump's "racist comments" against four congresswomen of color.
The Morrison government’s proposed referendum on constitutional recognition has led to further calls for a treaty and a voice to parliament.
Tempers flared in the hours leading up to a vote on a symbolic resolution that mainly split along party lines, the culmination of three days of outrage sparked by a Trump tweetstorm that diverted attention from all other business in Washington. Chris
As the temperature hit 115 degrees Tuesday in the Phoenix area, residents were doing what they could to deal with the hottest day of the year so far. At the Phoenix Zoo, animals were beating the heat with cooling sprays of water and ice treats.
North Korea said it is considering resuming nuclear testing in a dispute with the United States over its plans to hold military exercises with South Korea.
House Democrats urged their Republican colleagues to join them in voting on a resolution condemning President Donald Trump's tweets that urged four Democratic congresswomen of color to return to their countries.
A dramatic controversy erupted on the House floor Tuesday over Republican objections to Speaker Nancy Pelosi's remarks criticizing President Donald Trump's tweets, resulting in a lawmaker abandoning the chair and storming off.
Here are the top stories for Tuesday, July 16th: GOP defends Trump on tweets; DOJ won't charge officer in choke hold death; Epstein accuser speaks out; USA celebrates Apollo 11 mission anniversary.
One of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers is urging victims to speak out against the wealthy financier as authorities prosecute him on sex charges. Courtney Wild said Tuesday that Epstein “will never stop sexually abusing children until he is in jail.”
Democrats have called Mr Trump's actions racist while Republicans have jumped to his defence.
Members and associates of the MS-13 gang committed seven murders including several in which victims were hacked to death with machetes in a Southern California forest, according to a federal indictment released Tuesday.
Thousands of model rockets launched in Huntsville, Alabama, for Apollo 11 anniversary.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says President Donald Trump is "not a racist" after Trump tweeted over the weekend that four congresswomen of color should return to their native countries. All of the congresswomen are American citizens.
While police have not said whether the spate of murders was the work of a serial killer, they have called the killer the "nocturnal prowler". They're on the hunt for a suspect... before more bodies turn up.