As sky high executive pay causes growing discomfort in Switzerland, the Chief Executive and Board of Directors of Credit Suisse are offering to take a 40 percent off their annual bonuses.

The fellow who accurately forecast the 2008 Global Financial Crisis now says there is a one-in-three chance of a home-grown recession next year.

Good Morning Australia!! - The US drops a weapon of mass distraction from Trump's Russian problems - North Korea is "primed and ready" to blast another nuke - The UN decides it can't do anymore damage in Haiti - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Canada has bestowed honorary citizenship on someone for only the sixth, and the recipient - Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai - is the youngest ever person to receive the honor.

Donald Trump's short time in the White House has already been a volatile period of flip-flops and policy changes.  But in the last few days the fat-mouthed real estate figure who ran as an outsider has reversed most of his perceived foreign policy tenets to conform to mainstream Washington, DC's national security norm.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump forgets which country he attacked, but remembers the dessert - Passengers on a bumpy Qantas flight are shaken and injured - An intolerant force infiltrates the X-Men? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

For the first time in a decade, farmers in California's important Central Valley will get a full allotment of water for their crops.  But the timing of the announcement left a few growers in a less-than-celebratory mood.

A fleet of North Korean freighters this week returned home with the coal they were supposed to have delivered to Chinese buyers, as Beijing attempts to use economic persuasion to get Pyongyang back in line.

Hello Australia!! - Tillerson goes to Moscow - Chechnya's concentration camp for gays - A man is beaten and dragged off a United Airlines plane, the carrier is feeling the backlash in its stock - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Good Morning Australia!! - Cops bloody an elderly man for refusing to give up his airline seat - How not to rationalize the impotent folly of Trump's missile attack on Syria - Bullets fly at a US elementary school - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Health officials in the US island state of Hawaii are alarmed over a sudden uptick in cases of a parasitic worm that invades the human brain.

The UN World Health Organization is urging travelers to Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo to get vaccinated against Yellow Fever at least ten days prior to their trip, as Brazil faces its worst outbreak of the disease in 40 years.

Good Morning Australia!! - Terrorists kill dozens in a Palm Sunday attack on churches - The US pulls a complete 180 on Syria - Overturning the convention wisdom in the French Presidential Election - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Authorities release new information in the Stockholm attack - A once-feared terrorist group is heading into retirement - Trump's missiles give North Korea a talking point - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - The US missile attack on a Syrian air base appears to have done little damage - A truck attacker kills in Stockholm - asd - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Twitter is suing to stop the Trump Administration which had demanded that the micro-blogging network reveal the users behind an account that had sharply criticized the occupant of the White House.

Donald Trump has escalated the US role in Syria, ordering a volley of Tomahawk missile strikes on the country in retaliation for the chemical weapon attack on a rebel-held town.

Good Morning Australia!! - Republicans couldn't win so they changed the rules - Thailand's junta solidifies its iron grip - Police find a little girl in the forest, apparently being raised by monkeys - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Australia and New Zealand are urging travelers to be wary of a possible extremist threat to Anzac Day commemorations on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey later this month.  Officials are urging travelers to avoid Ankara and Istanbul.

Prosecutors in Osaka, Japan accepted a criminal complaint against the Finance Ministry over a land deal to a politically-connected and controversial private school corporation.  Such a move often precedes the launch of a formal criminal probe.

Good Morning Australia!! - The Syrian death toll mounts as governments point fingers - What the hell was Pepsi thinking with its aborted ad campaign? - Drug cartel money allegedly managed to penetrate Mexico's firewall against corruption - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: