The findings come from 10,000 young people's views and make worrying reading, say UK researchers.
The moment would have gone unnoticed if not for the fact that the president is famously against alcohol consumption: His brother Fred Jr. died an alcoholic's death in his 40s.
AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan believes a coin toss "is plausible" to decide on a potential AFL grand final jumper clash between Richmond and Adelaide.
Indonesian authorities have doubled the exclusion zone around Bali's Mount Agung with fears the volcano could erupt in the coming days or weeks.
The charity Action on Hearing Loss measured the levels of noise in restaurant chains. It found decibel levels of around 90dB – the equivalent to eating next to a motorbike.
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable jibed Brexit Secretary Davis and his team were 'people who would struggle to get their heads around a toddlers' Lego set'.
Nearly one in four teenage girls suffers from depression as they struggle to cope with the pressures of life. 24 per cent of 14-year-old girls and 9 per cent of boys that age were depressed.
Police have released CCTV footage of a man running for his life as he is chased by two men moments before he was gunned down.
A drug denied to restaurant critic AA Gill on the NHS will now be made available to patients in England.
The president took on the leaders of North Korea, Iran, Syria and Venezuela in his first speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
Perhaps the only wise remark Boris Johnson ever made was not about people, but about our four-legged friends: 'My father always said that with sheep, they are either alive or they are dead.'
Boris Johnson's claim the cabinet is in harmony over Brexit is among the front-page headlines.
As these impressively lookalike images show, dear old British high street favourite Marks & Sparks is no slouch in paying homage to the world’s top fashion houses.
The National Trust has sparked a fresh row with an exhibition that includes 51 ropes to commemorate men who were hanged for being homosexual. They have been accused of 'trendy PC thinking’.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has backed US President Donald Trump's fiery language on North Korea, saying "the whole country will be wiped out" and "many, many thousands of innocent people will die" if the regime attacks the United States or its allies.
The ASX is set for gains after traders set fresh records on Wall Street while waiting for details from a Federal Reserve policy meeting.