Trump issues threat to Justice Dept
US President Trump has threatened to intervene in the Justice Department if it fails to take the actions he’s demanding.
US whistleblower Chelsea Manning has been cleared to apply for a visa to visit New Zealand. “We are a nation that allows free speech,“ the PM says.
US President Donald Trump sees no reason to spend up large on war games with South Korea but he can always instantly restart exercises.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is heading to Indonesia to make progress on fixing a trade relationship that has been “under done” for too long.
US prosecutors want more time to gather information to determine whether they will retry former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on 10 deadlocked charges.
A Friday deadline to agree in principle on a revised NAFTA deal could be met, the leaders of the US and Canada say.
The Syrian army is preparing a phased attack on the last major rebel outpost of Idlib city, which some critics say risks a new humanitarian crisis.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has told mourners for Senator John McCain that they are “privileged to have called him a fellow Arizonan”.
Top Myanmar politician Aung San Suu Kyi won’t be stripped of her Nobel Peace Prize despite her country’s army being accused of mass killings of Rohingya people.
At least 75 people have died in an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo with new cases appearing in inaccessible “red zones” in rebel areas.
The UK’s Brexit secretary is optimistic of striking a deal after the EU’s chief negotiator offered Britain an unprecedented trade and security partnership.
The FBI has denied claims in a conservative publication, which were Tweeted by US President Donald Trump, that China hacked Hillary Clinton’s email server.
US second-quarter GDP growth has been revised up to 4.2 per cent, but consumer spending growth was lower than expected and imports were also revised lower.
Japanese basketballers who hired prostitutes while in team uniforms during the Asian Games in Jakarta have been banned for a year.
ONE of the region’s leading figures in waterski racing and a high-profile Echuca identity in the automotive repair/spray painting industry appeared in Shepparton Magistrates Court.
Greater Shepparton has its first confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. The News understands the person was tested at Goulburn Valley Health. Another person has tested positive for the virus in Gannawarr...
Greater Shepparton has its second confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. Goulburn Valley Health have confirmed that a second person who tested positive for COVID-19 recently returned from overseas.