Good Morning Australia!! - The US First Lady wades into America's immigration debate - Critics accuse Israel of attacking free speech - Man tries to touch pitiless killing machine, it doesn't go well - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Italy cranks up the pressure on helpless refugees - French bosses are charged with causing worker suicides - A partial ceasefire isn't good enough - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - The Greens are rearranging things - Trump's campaign manager goes to jail - Paris surrounds the Eiffel Tower - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

BHP has approved a new $4 Billion iron ore project in Western Australia's Pilbara.

The head of the IMF says Trump's trade war will harm the US economy and cause "losers on both sides", while Canadians are looking at ways to strike back.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump salutes the enemy - Australia's fears about Trump's incompetence are slowly becoming public - A smartphone gadget that will save many, many lives - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A worker is in a critical condition after suffering a head injury at the West Gate Tunnel project in Melbourne's Docklands.

The government is considering mandatory English classes for anyone trying to become a permanent resident of Australia, because of figures that suggest a growing number of people can't speak English.

Good Morning Australia!! - North Korea claims Trump gave up even more than was revealed in the Singapore Summit - Trump's unrequited concessions are causing concern in Seoul, Tokyo, and beyond - Ireland may have influenced Argentina - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Legal marijuana went on sale in Uruguay last year, thanks to a 2013 decriminalization law that regulated weed from plants to the consumer purchase point.  Problem is, they can't grow enough of it.

Several examples of one of the world's largest and longest-living trees, the African Baobab, appear to be dying off at an alarming rate.  Climate change appears to be the cause.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's stunning failure in Singapore, he gives North Korea everything it wants in exchange for nothing - A White House aide retracts his hell curse toward the nicest Prime Minister - Ireland isn't done taking great strides - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A new study says major food conglomerates and other companies are unaware of how much they are dependent on pollinators like bees, birds, and other wild critters to keep their supply chains intact.

The Port of Melbourne is reporting impressive growth in the amount of stuff coming through.  Total trade in revenue tonnes for April 2018 was 5.6 percent higher than the same month a year ago, and 8.9 percent up for the financial year to date.

Good Morning Australia!! - Italy declares "victory" over showing compassion for homeless, impoverished refugees - The Trump administration wants to leave battered women to their abusers - The "worst is yet to come" in the Syrian Civil War - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A child has been diagnosed with polio in Venezuela, where the disease was thought to have been eradicated decades ago.

Good Morning Australia!! - Traditional Western Alliances are thrown into chaos because of "pathetic little man-child" Trump - Italy slams the door shut on 600 people plucked from the sea - A gunfight spills out into a wealthy neighborhood - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - A sweaty, rambling Trump exits the G7 early, backstabbing US allies in the process - Angela Merkel really can't stand Trump - Russia won't be allowed to forget MH17 - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

 

Hello Australia!! - Anthony Bourdain's death sends shockwaves - The G7 rejects Trump's big idea - An alligator apparently kills a woman just out walking her dog - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The US Justice Department indicted a long-time Senate Intelligence Committee staffer for allegedly lying to the FBI about his contacts with journalists, as part an investigation in which prosecutors also secretly seized years' worth of a New York Times reporter's phone and email records.

Concerns over privacy threats and distracted kid prompted French lawmakers to introduce a ban on mobile phones in public schools.