The man arrested for allegedly killing 19 people in a care home had contacted government officials about changing the law to allow for euthanasia and volunteered to do the killing himself.

Tesla Motors has doubled the number of people building its US$5 Billion battery in Sparks, Nevada way ahead of schedule to meet the demand expected from its upcoming Model 3 electric sedan and its more accessible price tag.

Australia, the US, and Japan are stepping up after the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) failed to take a stand against China for its base-building campaign in the South China Sea, despite their competing territorial claims in the resource-rich waters.

A knife-wielding man has attacked people in a home for the disabled outside of Tokyo, killing at least 19 people and injuring dozens more.

Good Morning Australia!! - The FBI investigates a Russian connection to the Democratic Email hack - Prisoners of Turkey's post-coup crackdown are reportedly being sexually assaulted in prison - Russia's doping scandal claims seven more Olympic athletes - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A Syrian man whose request for asylum in Germany had been turned down set off an explosive near an open-air music festival in the city of Ansbach, killing himself and injuring a dozen other people.

A planned solar power facility for Roxby Downs in the South Australia outback would create new jobs and go a long way to solving the problems of expensive energy prices.

Researchers say they've developed a checklist of the subtle changes in a person's behavior that could turn out to be a signal of the early stages of Alzheimer's Disease.

Good Morning Australia!! - The International Olympic Committee wimps out - Do not tempt the hungry Tigers, just don't - Hillary gets a boost from someone that could convince US voters dismayed by the fascistic tone of Trump's campaign, while the Democratic Party gets a change in management - And more in your  CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Hillary Clinton introduces the optimistic alternative to fascist fear and depression - The Munich mall shooter may have been inspired by a foreign influence - One terrorist group condemns another for a deadly bombing - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Deadly bloodshed at a mall in Munich, police hunt at least two gunmen - Trump's fascistic speech shocks even those who might have been allies - The Middle East might have recorded the world's hottest temperatures - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Tesla Motors chief Elon Musk revealed the second part of his master plan for the electric automaker and solar company.  He wants to branch out into buses and trucks, while the solar power division would develop solar roofs with battery storage.

US Republican Party presidential candidate Donald Trump delivered his acceptance speech at the GOP's National Convention, painting a dark and morose Gotham City-like view of the United States of America where criminals, foreign gangs, and corrupt politicians are running uncontrolled, and only he can stop them.  Of course, the address was jam packed with lies.

Good Morning Australia!! - The Bastille Day attack appears to have been a larger conspiracy than first thought - Outrage over Trump's most dangerous and world-screwing policy yet - Erdogan's Turkey answers the question, "How much worse can it get?" - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A year after much of the world was repulsed by the killing of Cecil the Lion, the best-known animal of Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park from where he was lured for an illegal hunt, the hunter may have made it back into the news - at the US Republican National Convention.

Former US Republican Party presidential candidate and Texas Senator Ted Cruz used his time at the Republican Party Convention on Wednesday night to exact his revenge on Donald Trump for the vicious, insult-filled primary campaign earlier this year.

Good Morning Australia!! - Erdogan tightens his grip - The US cracks down on alleged financial wrongdoers in two high-profile cases - Trump names a scapegoat - And more in your Careerspot Global News Briefs:

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is slashing its projections for economic growth in the UK next year, and warning that the decision to leaves the European Union will throw "a spanner in the works" of the overall global recovery.

Scientists have taken a big step towards blending reality with what was once only fantasy, by making an object "disappear" using a cloaking device similar in many ways to the "invisibility cloak" in the Harry Potter novels. 

One of the world's largest automakers is teaming up with the best known name in Tequila to change the way your car is made.  But it won't involve putting a worm in your gas tank.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's campaign marinates in its first night failure - Turkey's purges veer into sector that clearly were not involved in last week's failed coup - Parents race to get their kids to the doctor after a multi-year vaccination scam - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: