Far right extremists in the United States killed more than twice as many people in 2017 - the first year of the Trump administration - than they did in the previous year, and murdered far more people than did domestic Islamic extremists.
Conservative Senator Cory Bernardi wanted to wrap himself in the songs of great Australian rock and pop musicians to celebrate Australia Day, but wound up trading barbs with musicians who didn't appreciate being involuntarily associated with the Conservatives' playlist.
Good Morning Australia!! - Warnings not to get too excited about progress between South and North Korea - What's behind the Bitcoin plunge? - Millions of tourists might be unprepared and heading off into a Yellow Fever outbreak - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The CEO of the world's largest money management firm wrote a letter to a thousand CEOs, cautioning them that making profits is no longer enough - they must also have a positive impact on society.
Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's political brain is in the crosshairs of Congress and the special prosecutor - Neighbors ignore the signs at a California house of horrors - Japanese authorities warn about killer fish flesh - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
A Brazilian federal judge has ruled against unelected President Michel Temer's scheme to privatize the national power company Eletrobras, which is responsible for 69 percent of the country's electricity distribution.
A Queensland tourism official is using foul language to accuse a scientist of stifling Great Barrier Reef tourism, while scientists are defending him and asking tourist to stop trying to kill the messenger.
The Australian transport and logistics company Linfox is partnering with Monash University on a lengthy new study to better understand the health and wellbeing of workers in the logistics industry.
Good Morning Australia!! - Singer Delores O'Riordan dies suddenly in London - Venezuela takes down a grande-throwing fugitive group - The worker who sent Hawaii into a panic gets a new job - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Several people were reportedly injured in a structure collapse inside the building that hosts the the Jakarta Stock Exchange. Photos circulating on social media show a chaotic and messy scene.
The human immune system treats a fast food diet in much the same way as it does to a bacterial infection, raising questions about the damage we're doing to ourselves by hitting the burger drive through so often.
Good Morning Australia!! - The worst-case scenario might have happened off China's coast - A crowded passenger plane slides off of a runway and down a cliff - Putting Trump's foul and vulgar language where his money is - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Hawaii was not wiped off the face of the earth, although millions were worried - Consequences for a racially-charged internet ad - Iran promises to get back at Trump - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Trump's big money Payment to a Porn star - America reels at the vulgar racism in the White House - Merkel gets closer to restoring stability in Germany - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
A major newspaper in America's largest city will on Friday's cover depict the current occupant of the White House as a pile of feces after Donald Trump made a vulgar racist comment about where people of color might want to immigrate to the US. It's an unprecedented gutting of the dignity and credibility of the US presidency under Trump.
Telsa and SpaceX founder Elon Musk is confirming he attended a notorious sex party in Silicon Valley that was depicted in a new tell-all book exposing the excesses of the tech world's "bro" culture.
Good Morning Australia!! - Europe implores Trump not to screw up a good thing - Assange is an Ecuadoran now - Shadows of nazism creep up in Austria - The Tattooed Life betrays an old gangster - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
US emergency management officials accompanied by military engineers and an armed security contingent raided a warehouse where Puerto Rico's power company was apparently hoarding critical supplies needed to restore electricity to the island territory.
Territory Generation is considering building the world's second largest battery to supply reliable, renewable power to Darwin and Katherine in the Northern Territory.
Good Morning Australia!! - A judicial panel might just have advanced marriage equality across an entire hemisphere - Myanmar is starting to admit the obvious - Drink driving in a tank- And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: