Howdy Australia!! - "Now" Theresa May wants to negotiate? - Growing protests bring down a long-time president - US sanctions alleged to be hurting flood recovery - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Howdy Australia!! - The UN raises alarms over Brunei's impending Sharia Law - The US connection to the murderers of a journalist - Guess what new stock already needs a lift? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
A move to ban travel to China for organ transplants is gaining support in the UK because of allegations China forcibly harvests organs from prisoners of conscience and others.
Good Morning Australia!! - Right-wing populism is upset in world elections this weekend - Anyone else feelin' lucky they don't live in the UK? - Understanding rural woes in "The Revolt of Empty Spain" - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - A mysterious medical problem is stopping one Stone from Rolling - Thousands march on Gaza's barrier - Voters might replace a chocolate maker with a comedian - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The ride hailing company Lyft debuted on the NASDAQ stock exchange on Friday, soaring 20 percent in the first few minutes of trading and closing up nine percent for the day.
Hello Australia!! - How could the Brexit be any messier? May finds a way - The Mueller report "kind of" gets a release date - Help is coming for Venezuela - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The Morrison government wants to "turbo charge" relations with China with a new foundation to build ties between Beijing and Canberra, and appointing a new Ambassador to China.
The head of the fourth-largest US bank Wells Fargo, Tim Sloan, is stepping down effective immediately as the bank struggles to overcome a litany of scandals.
Hello Australia!! - New trouble for Venezuela's self-declared president - Stripping down the Brexit might be the charm (or not) - Astronaut or Mary Poppins? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The UK House of Commons knocked down eight alternative Brexit plans one by one, leaving the country without any roadmap for the impending divorce from the European Union on 12 April.
Good Morning Australia!! - The EU steps up for the earth's oceans - More trouble for One Nation, caught injecting conspiracy theories into one of Australia's greatest tragedies - Facebook claims it's going to ban some racists - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Some of Australia's largest companies are actively working to undermine the targets set by the Paris Climate Accord, according to an analysis from an independent investor's activist group.
Hello Australia!! - Who wants to open Australia's door to US Gun money? - IS is defeated on the battlefield but the prisoners remain - Mexico's leader says colonizers need to apologize - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The Democratic Republic of Congo's Ebola epidemic has passed a thousand cases, according to the country's health ministry. With a death toll of 634, it is the world's second-worst outbreak.