In comparison to the current crop of candidates, the sitting president is starting to look better and better.
Canadian study models what will happen over the next few hundred years if we fuck this up in the worst possible way. Turns out warming won't "slow down" if we burn all our oil.
Since dawn, the Greek police have been removing refugees from Idomeni. Journalists aren't allowed near the evacuation.
Beetles have done it, so why not us?
One Egyptian expert believes it's too early to say what brought the plane down.
Lads on tour, neo-colonial style.
Today, the state premier will stand up in parliament and say sorry to those sentenced under the state's homosexuality laws.
Sophie Mirabella said the Victorian division of Indi missed out on millions when she lost office. Now even the Nationals are running against her, and those millions probably ain't coming back.
Officer Edward Nero was charged with arresting Gray without justification and then failing to secure him in a transport van where he suffered a broken neck.
Now the lions are dead. Great job guy.
We asked a student how they got sucked in by Careers Australia, which has been fined $44.3 million for manipulating vulnerable people into courses they won't finish.
Not surprisingly, Calgary and Montreal have very different answers to the question, "What is our most important natural resource?"
The Taliban has not issued a statement to confirm or deny that Mullah Akhtar Mansour is dead, but Afghan officials said the US attack was successful.
France's air accident investigation agency says the missing jet sent a series of signals indicating that smoke had been detected on board before it crashed.
There may be a fair amount of juggling and drum circles involved in the "Nuit Debout" protest movement, but at least people are there for the right reasons.
We asked an expert what the black icon might have thought of Trump's plan to build a wall, ban Muslim immigration, and make America great again.
An Australian Federal Police raid of Senator Stephen Conroy's office has the Labor Party accusing the Government of electoral muckraking.
This report from Greece apparently contradicts an earlier statement by EgyptAir.
"Officer, these 52 dog bowls are for my 52 dogs!"
Estimates put the oil industry at a $770 million loss, and more evacuations have been ordered as the fire moves north.
Sure, you can be a dick to your kids when you die, but past court decisions have ruled against homophobic wills.
Facing mischief charges in a British Columbia court today, Brooklyn Fink shares her side of the story.
World powers and organizations including the EU and the Arab League are meeting to attempt to restart peace talks—while in Syria, there are fears a besieged town is about to be attacked.