The vocational education company Careers Australia has gone into voluntary administration, canceling classes for 15,000 students at all 14 campus locations and leaving 1,000 employees without paychecks.

Good Morning Australia!! - The UK cuts off intelligence to the leaky, insecure US - Merkel meets with a popular US president, and after that she meets Trump, who makes an ass out of himself at the NATO Summit - The father of Greece's austerity is injured in a bomb blast - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Police filed misdemeanor assault charges against the Republican candidate for Montana's congressional seat over the unprovoked body-slam attack on a Guardian newspaper reporter.  Unfortunately for the candidate, the reporter was recording audio at the time.

Taiwan's Constitutional Court issued a ruling that could pave the way to legalize gay marriage, which would make the island the first in Asia to recognize marriage equality.

Good Morning Australia!! - Flames in Brasilia as protesters demand the President stand down - Trump's loose lips outed spies and submarines - Police arrest members of the Manchester bomber's family - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

As the world gets warmer due to man-made climate change, more women are going to be at risk a type of diabetes that develops during pregnancy.

The Dakota Access Pipeline, which was and remains opposed by environmentalists and practically every indigenous tribe in North America and beyond, is already springing leaks before going into operation.

Good Morning Australia!! - The Manchester Bombing:  All of the latest names and numbers leaked by the US against UK wishes.. yeah, it's tragic and weird - Duterte declares Martial Law - The longest-serving 007 has passed - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The Chinese internet retailing giant Alibaba is facing exploding delivery volumes in the future, and plans to go all in on deploying artificial intelligence (AI) technology in its courier network to cope.  That means putting a million smart logistics vehicles onto the street.

An explosion outside the Manchester Arena killed 19 people and injured 60 as they exited the venue following a performance by American pop singer Ariana Grande in the UK's second-largest city.  Authorities identified a male at the scene as the likely suicide bomber.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump goes to Israel but can't escape his troubles - Indonesia takes another step towards a hardline against LGBT rights - The elephant who evened the score with a hunter - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The American Academy of Pediatrics is issuing new guidelines on giving fruit juice to babies younger than one year of age - don't.

Voters in Switzerland have approved a new energy law that radically shifts the national strategy to promote renewable energy, ban new nuclear power plants, and lower energy consumption.

A Queensland man has died on Mount Everest, one of three confirmed deaths at the top of the world over the weekend.  A fourth climber is missing and presumed dead.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's feckless reversals and hypocrisy are on display in Saudi Arabia - It's another deadly year at the top of the world - Canada's "nice guy" PM dazzles for prom - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Chibok Girls are reunited with their families - They weren't expected the permafrost to melt - Justice cuts deep when it comes to a rapist - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Julian Assange is making threats after the rape allegation is dropped - How many ways did Trump embarrass the US today?  Lots of ways - A widening scandal threatens to spark Brazil's second impeachment in as many years - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The Antarctic Peninsula is getting greener as it gets warmer.  Scientists have found that the amount of moss and the rate of plant growth, has shot up in the past 50 years.

Cyber crime is a growth market in Australia: Online brigands and bandits swindled targets out of AU$2.9 Million in 2016.  That's more than four times the AU$700,000 claimed by web crime in the previous year, 2015.

Did Soundgarden's Chris Cornell drop a hint to loved ones and fans at his last performance in Detroit last night?  The 52-year old singer in three bands (Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple of the Dog) and a solo career was found dead in his hotel room after the show. 

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump bristles against a "criminal" investigation against him - A drunk driver causes Mayhem in Times Square - The man who built Fox News is dead - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: