Good Morning Australia!! - Theresa May reaches for a lifeline while circling the tank - Corbyn sees Number Ten drawing closer - A prosecutor says there is a case against Trump - Beijing figures out the problem, now can it be the solution? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - The circle tightens around British PM May - Adam West who played Batman on TV is dead - Richard Hammond is hospitalized after flipping another car - China moves to fill the world leadership gap left by the orange clown - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Theresa May reaches out to ultra-nationalists with links to terrorism - Trump backstabs his own Secretary of State and makes the Gulf States crisis even worse - Japan finally figures out a way to let the Emperor retire - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
UK Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap election while she was 20 points up in the polls to strengthen her hand in Parliament and in the upcoming Brexit negotiations. But after a bruising and botched campaign, the Tories lost their majority and there are calls for her to stand down.
One of America's most-prestigious universities has rescinded admission offers to more than ten students after uncovering a secret Facebook group infested with racist and sexist memes.
The Norwegian-based oil and gas company Statoil plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight before the end of 2018, drawing concerns from environmentalists.
Good Morning Australia!! - Comey gives damning testimony against Trump - Two top US officials may have been damaged by the former FBI leaders appearance before congress - Unexpected results in the UK election - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
An Uber executive who obtained the medical records of a woman who was raped by an Uber driver is no longer with the company, in the latest scandal involving the ride-hailing service.
Police in New South Wales will be authorized to use lethal force during terrorist sieges under legislation to be introduced to the state parliament.
Good Morning Australia!! - Comey confirms some of the worst reports about Trump - IS attacks the Iranian capital for the first time - The conflict between Gulf state allies appears to be based on Russian lies - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is urging nations to prepare to use diplomacy to prevent and resolve disputes over water resources as the world population faces shortages.
As man-made global warming melts glaciers around the world, we'll have more than rising seas to worry about. A new study says the flow of fresh water would change ocean currents, which would impact the usual weather patterns - and cause a mass migration.
The ride-hailing company Uber has fired more than 20 employees named in a report detailing claims of harassment, discrimination, bullying and other employee concerns.
Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's stunning incompetence as his Gulf allies bicker among themselves - A South Australian woman was one of those killed in London - Terror at Notre Dame - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Companies are setting their technology priorities to meet the logistics challenges of the future. The GEODIS 2017 supply chain worldwide survey found that the top five are all related to data management.
The chairman of Indian mining giant Adani claims the company will go ahead with the Carmichael Mine in Queensland, although environmentalist opponents aren't so sure.
Good Morning Australia!! - London honors the fallen in Saturday's terrorist attack - Instead of supporting his closest ally, Trump goes on the attack - The weird reason that might explain why the Gulf states are cross with one of their own - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The rise of drug-resistant bacteria was threatening to overwhelm the antibiotic vancomycin, considered to be the last line of defense against disease-causing bacteria. Now, California researchers have performed a few tweaks to make it 25,000 times more powerful than before.
Computers in Australia and New Zealand are among the 250 million units around the world hit by a browser hijacker that has the potential to turn into something much worse.
Good Morning Australia!! - Two Australians are among those hurt in the London terror attack - Police round up a dozen suspects related to the attacks in a continuing series of raids - Guess which world leader made the London attacks all about himself? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: