Good Morning Australia!! - A visionary who changed entertainment is gone - Amnesty International punishes Suu Kyi - The day the cops shot the hero - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Neither vitamin D nor fish oil supplements acted to prevent cancer or serious heart-related problems in healthy older people according to a widely-anticipated study.

The Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has killed more than 200 people, making it the deadliest outbreak in the country since the deadly virus was first detected there in the 1970s.

Good Morning Australia!! - Macron lectures Trump - Labor leaps ahead of the Coalition - Police arrest a suspect in the strawberry needle scare - California's disaster deepens - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump travels to Europe, and it doesn't go well - The death toll increases in the California wildfires - The Philippines open a controversial case against a prominent journalist - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - The Bourke Street terrorist is identified - A top Tory delivers a grim warning about the upcoming Brexit - US Prosecutors reportedly have evidence of Trump breaking the law - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Tesla has named Australian telecom executive Robyn Denholm to replace Elon Musk as chair of the board.  US financial regulators forced the change on the company to settle fraud claims.

Tokyo Medical University will accept 67 female students whose earlier rejections unlocked a massive gender discrimination scandal that triggered national outrage.

Good Morning Australia!! - A former Marine shoots up a college bar in America's latest bloodbath - A judge releases potentially violent criminal defendants after losing his reelection bid - Someone please bubble-wrap RBG?  Please? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The government is unveiling its multi-billion dollar plans to extend Australia's influence in the Pacific and counteract overtures the China is making in the region.

The Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy in Pakistan has been released from prison, but her status is unclear.

Good Morning Australia!! - Democrats retake the US House of Representatives - Trump sacks his least-loved cabinet member - A woman accused of blasphemy apparently left Pakistan a step ahead of lynch mobs - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A major conference in Egypt later this month will discuss how to prevent the extinctions of species that are critical for food production, clean water, and carbon sequestration.

Good Morning Australia!! - Big trouble at Don Dale - We're just a few hours from learning the results of the US midterm election, will Americans validate or repudiate Trump? - The horror legacy of the so-called Islamic State - Free speech that might have gone too far - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Japan's notoriously high-stress education system and other pressures appear to be partial factors in a sharp rise in child suicides - the highest they've been in three decades.

Australia Post is rapidly recruiting thousands of seasonal workers to handle what could be the biggest Holiday Season ever, beginning with weekend deliveries in metropolitan areas from this Saturday.

For a year, scientists have been studying data gathered about the large, cylindrical object that sailed through our solar system last December.  Now, two say that maybe it really could have been an alien spacecraft.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's divisive closing argument is rejected by US broadcasters - An Aussie dies after a shark attack - The security chief who denied video evidence loses his job  - Smile, because the universe really is smiling back at you - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A jury in San Diego, California ordered the author of a book on supposed naturopathic cures for cancer to pay US$105 Million to a woman to whom he represented himself as a doctor.

Adani's plans to line up Korean financing for its mine in Queensland appears to have hit a snag after the banks told traditional land owners that they will not back the project.

Good Morning Australia!! - One of the black boxes eludes searchers at the Lion Air crash site - The UK launches a criminal probe into the Brexit campaign - A mass shooting is linked to one of the darkest and weirdest corners of the Internet - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: