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"I have been thinking of my fans, and of you all, non stop over the past week."
The US was isolated in its views on climate change at a G7 leaders meeting.
The defeated Democratic candidate took several veiled swipes at her former opponent.
"Great win in Montana," President Trump said the day after the election.
Tennis great hits back against calls to rebadge the stadium named in her honour, accusing the gay community of bullying, while apparently attacking the Safe Schools program.
Dangerous chemicals are polluting the environment while the watchdog appears to be letting polluters off the hook.
Has the movement stalled, or is it just pausing to digest the first course?
As a former employee of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, who was there at the time of the Lindt Cafe siege, I read with interest the bail chapter in the coroner's report.
Environmental watchdog has been keeping significant chemical contamination hidden, documents reveal.
Thousands of Australian childcare workers will walk of the job as they battle for better pay.
Multinational companies being awarded taxpayer funded contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars are not paying any tax, a Fairfax Media investigation of federal tax office and tender data has revealed.
When Nathaniel Garang produced a medical certificate showing he should not work with food, his boss said time off work was "unacceptable".
A man who was reportedly walking along train tracks in Sunshine has died after being hit by a V/Line train.
Battle between wine-in-a-can inventors Barokes Wine and Daiwa Can Company spans three years and three countries.
Court showdown against Woman's Day magazine has provided insights into the superstar's private world.
Sam Backo's clearest memory on the 1967 referendum is being chased down a street in Townsville by dogs.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Friday the close relationship between US and British intelligence agencies would survive the strain of recent leaks as investigators seek to unravel a suspected network linked to the terrorism bombing in Manchester.
Hawthorn have downed Sydney by six points in a thriller at the SCG, which could prove a fatal blow for the Swans.
Robert Price admits he has reinvented local Tradtri on many occasions since buying him from New Zealand and hopes the latest version is good enough to win the Nowra Cup on Sunday.
The age of entitlement died the day Ange Postecoglou walked through the door.