A US court has rejected an attempt to throw out two sexual assault charges against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Britney Spears' lawyer says the current legal arrangement with her father ‘has grown increasingly toxic and is simply no longer tenable’.
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has been handed over to California officials to face additional sexual assault charges.
Carolyn Thompson and Andrew Dalton
Asked if he had a message for platforms like Facebook where false information about coronavirus vaccines has spread, told reporters: ‘They're killing people.’
The Bootleg Fire, the biggest among dozens of wildfires flaring across the tinder-dry landscape of the Western US, has scorched more than 98,000 acres - an area exceeding the land mass of New York City.
Deborah Bloom and Steve Gorman
Former US President Donald Trump suggests that if he had tried to carry out a coup, it wouldn't have been with his top military adviser, General Mark Milley.
In an emotional outburst Spears has unleashed on her father in court, interrupting proceedings to accuse him of abuse and demanding to press charges.
George W Bush, who ordered US forces into Afghanistan in 2001, says he fears women in the country will "suffer unspeakable harm" after the West's pullout.
‘If Britney Spears can make it through 2007, you can make it through today’. Oh how we laughed. But it’s not funny now — and it shouldn’t have been back then either.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
Time is running out for two former Melbourne residents feared to be buried in the mountain of rubble following Miami’s horror building collapse.
US President Joe Biden has signed legislation establishing a new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery.
Trevor Hunnicutt and Nandita Bose
The world is slowly opening back up as more people roll up their sleeves to get vaccinated. But with just 2.6 per cent of Australians fully vaccinated, are we at risk of being left behind?
Free marijuana is just one of many vaccine incentives being offered in Washington, along with free pints of beer, sports tickets and prize money to lure those who have been hesitant or just lazy.
Missed intelligence, poor planning and multiple layers of bureaucracy led to the violent siege, Senate report finds. Former president Donald Trump’s role, though, was largely unexamined.
It’s time to send in Samuel L Jackson, because Qantas has a snake problem.
The US has pledged its alliance with Australia amid rising tensions with China, saying it will not be left ‘alone on the field’ in standing up to Beijing.
Citizens of Ohio who get their COVID jabs stand to win huge weekly prizes in a controversial attempt to incentivise vaccinations.
Non-fungible tokens are making headlines worldwide, but what is this e-commerce innovation, how does it work, and what comes next?
A hearing to decide whether Perth tech entrepreneur Zhenya Tsvetnenko will be extradited to the US to face criminal charges over a multimillion-dollar phone text scam will go ahead this year.
Scott Morrison has taken a swing at Canada’s ambitious emissions reduction goal and says Australia will not be ratcheting up taxes in the same way to achieve carbon neutrality.
The murder case against former officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd went to the jury in a city on edge against another round of unrest.
Multiple people have reportedly been shot at a FedEx facility in the US.
Ben Simmons is embroiled in an ugly family feud after his sister’s shock claims that their half-brother — who is also the NBA star’s manager — molested her from a young age.
A controversial MP who lives in the US and wants to bring daylight savings to WA says ‘democracy has prevailed’ and has vowed to return to Perth as soon as possible to start his $156,000 a year job.
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