Hello Australia!! - Hate-mongers throw Italy's election into a tizzy - The UN Security Council demands an end to the East Ghouta slaughter - The American gun lobby's belligerence alienates corporate support - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Malcolm and Trump have different things to say about guns - Nigeria slowly admits that Boko Haram has committed another mass abduction of school girls - Myanmar hides the evidence - A cocaine smuggling ring in an Embassy - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The Commonwealth Bank (CBA) is rejecting AUSTRAC's allegations that it brokes money laundering and anti-terrorism funding laws.

Barnaby Joyce is stepping down as Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Nationals.  He'll stay on as the backbencher representing New England.

Good Morning Australia!! - Barnaby Joyce is now accused of sexual harassment - Proof of Trump faking his sympathy for gun crimes victims - Refugees now have to worry about rampaging elephants - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A televised town hall meeting on gun control and school safety might have turned into a defining moment in the career of a prominent US Senator who found himself swimming against the tide.

Nationals MP Andrew Broad plans to try to topple Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce in Monday's party room meeting, unless the embattled Mr. Joyce steps down before then.

Good Morning Australia!! - Florida students flood their state capital demanding new gun control laws - Republicans spread lies to bully kids who jsut watched their classmates slaughtered in their school - Did Boko Haram repeat its crime of the century? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Cape Town, South Africa has enough water to last until July, thanks to a combination of rain and water-conservation measures put in place as it looked like the city was going dry.

Even if the nations of the world get their acts together and limit global warming as specified in the Paris Climate Accord, the seas will still rise just over a meter, according to scientists.

Good Morning Australia!! - A massive civilian death toll in Syria's attack on rebels in a capital suburb - Russia admits it is losing people in the Syrian war - The US Prosecutor indicts a lawyer for Trump's ally - Thailand says a Japanese billionaire can grow a crop of kids - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Unable to stomach the "ongoing damage" caused by Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce scandalous personal life, The Western Australia branch of the Nationals announced it will not longer support him.

The demand for Australian Iron Ore and Coking Coal will remain strong this year thanks to growing steel production in China and India.

Health officials are advising people to be on the lookout for symptoms of measles after a man with the highly infectious disease visited a number of places around Melbourne's southeast.

Good Morning Australia!! - Is it worthwhile to trust Trump on gun-control legislation? - The Oxfam sex scandal now involves witness intimidation - A thumb could put an American in jail for a long time - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

National Party leaders are holding crisis talks on what to do about the crisis caused by Barnaby Joyce's affair with a former staffer who is now heavily pregnant with his child.

Good Morning Australia!! - What will Barnaby Joyce do this week as the walls close in? - Rescuers can't reach the scene of a commuter plane crash - Adults should learn from the amazing backbone shown by US kids after the latest school massacre - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - A copter crash kills more people than the disaster it was surveying - Poland's far right PM sparks charges of anti-Semitism - Russia responds to election-meddling charges - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Good Morning Australia!! - The prosecutor knocks a pillar out from under Trump's election fixing defense - The FBI admits missing the chance to stop the Florida High school killer - Life sentences for six journalists - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A new lawsuit alleges Vice Media violated US equal opportunity laws by paying their women workers less than men who do the same jobs.

A group of plaintiffs have filed a lawsuit in Tokyo's district court against Coincheck, the cryptocurrency exchange where hackers stole more than US$650 Million in NEM coins last month.