Good Morning Australia!! - An Australian connection in a US political scandal - Emma Husar will step aside - Who picks a fight with Canada? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The New South Wales government has declared 100 percent of the state is now in drought.

Tesla chief Elon Musk announced he is considering taking the electric car and solar power company private, if indeed he was serious.

Good Morning Australia!! - The worst parents in the world go to prison - The hottest summer does its damage in Europe - The biggest fire in California will burn for a long time - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The social networks Facebook and YouTube and the media sites Apple and Spotify have banned US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars website because of his hate speech and glorifying violence.

Even if the nations of the world honor the Paris Climate Accord to cut carbon emissions, the planet may already be on an irreversible course to becoming "Hothouse Earth". 

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump versus Europe, Trump versus Iran - Who stands for Women in Saudi Arabia? - Video emerges of a giant explosion in traffic - You won't believe the weekend body count in one American city - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Mice with pancreatic cancer treated with a combination of cannabidiol (CBD) from Marijuana and chemotherapy survived nearly three times longer than those treated with chemo alone.

Officials at a hospital in Kagoshima in southwestern Japan are apologizing over the deaths of eight inpatients from a multiple drug-resistant bacteria known as "Acinetobacter".

Good Morning Australia!! - Did global warming cause a killer plane crash? - Malcolm frees up funds for Drought-stricken farmers - Venezuela's leader survives an assassination attempt - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Is Trump's next Twitter war going to be with Melania? - Wildfires dot Europe in the heatwave - Brazil voters defy authorities - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - The Trump investigation now encompasses a convicted pimp - Europe's heatwave is uncharted territory for the baking continent - How does a mother defend the world's most notorious terrorist? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Apple on Thursday became the first American public company to cross US$1 Trillion in value.

Tokyo Medical University secretly deducted points from the entrance exams taken by female applicants to keep them out of med school because officials believed women take too much leave from the job.

Good Morning Australia!! - An African heatwave is roasting Europe - Trump attempts to slow automobile fuel economy and emissions standards - Pope Francis changes a key church policy - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young has followed through on her vow to sue Senator David Leyonhjelm over what she says were his "defamatory statements" in the Australian media about her personal life.

Labor and the Greens are pressing Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to explain what was said in a meeting that led to a $443.8 Million grant awarded to a small not-for-profit group for the Great Barrier Reef without a tender process.

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has returned to her duties after spending six weeks away following the birth of her daughter Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford in June.

Good Morning Australia!! - One word might have saved Trump from committing obstruction - Brazil thieves steal Sweden's crown jewels - Passengers walk away from a terrible plane crash - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A naturally-occurring algae bloom called red tide is being made worse by human activity and leaving Florida's southwest coast awash in the stench of death as thousands of fish, birds, manatees and dolphins, and even a whale perish in the toxic soup.

Environmental groups are annoyed with the supermarket chain Coles' decision to not only continue handing out plastic bags to shoppers, but also for switching to a thicker plastic that is worse for the environment.