Snapchat is ending its Snapcash peer-to-peer payment service on 30 August after less than four years, abandoning the space to Venmo, PayPal, Zelle, and others.

Hello Australia!! - Israel evacuates civilian volunteers from Syria - The FBI reveals why it wiretapped a Trump aide - Japan joins the global club of places setting dangerous and deadly temperature records - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump reportedly stunned that his ex-lawyer recorded their secret conversations - Several children are killed in the sinking of a tour boat in a Country Music mecca - France deals with the official who beat May Day protesters - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Tokyo District Prosecutors have indicted Kobe Steel for faking the strength and quality data of the products it sold to hundreds of clients.

The UK government has put together draft legislation to teach crucial first aid skills to elementary and secondary school students.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump is forced to abandon a plan to surrender Putin's enemies to Russia - Israel eschews equality for a "nation-state" - A member of Macron's inner circle is seen beating protesters - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Liberal Party backbench MP Craig Kelly is apologizing for telling a man to "look over" Russia's involvement in the plane disaster than killed the man's three young children.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is calling on Pope Francis to fire Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson, who is appealing his conviction of charges of covering-up sexual abuse committed by clergy members.

Good Morning Australia!! - Elon Musk does the right thing - How not to comfort an angry, grieving father - Why does Trump have a beef with a country about the size of America's tiniest states? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Investors are rattled by Tesla boss Elon Musk's twitter attacks on one of the heroes who helped rescue twelve boys and their football coach from a cave in Thailand.

Hackers, cyber-warfare, and government censorship might be threats to the Internet in the present, but the biggest on-line problem in the future could be global warming.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's damaging attempt at damage control - Are US authorities doing enough to prevent another election hack? - Spain is closing a loophole that criminals have exploited for too long - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Australia's resources sector is looking at a near future with fewer young engineers entering the industry.

Carlton and United Breweries (CUB) will consolidate its eastern states supply chain by naming BevChain as its long-term contract for warehousing and metropolitan delivery services.

Good Morning Australia!! - Overwhelmingly negative reviews for Trump's fawning summit with Putin - A Thailand Cave hero might fight back after being smeared by a billionaire - France hails the conquering heroes - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

On the eve of the summit between Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Group of Seven nations said Russia must "account for its role" in the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine.

Usually when one takes a ride on a zipline, they're not expecting the destination to be the bathroom or worse yet the hospital.  But 548 people fell ill with gastrointestinal illness after visiting a Tennessee zipline.

Good Morning Australia!! - France wins the World Cup - Trump attacks his allies before meeting with Russia's Putin - A woman survives a hell week after driving off of a cliff - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - An iceberg threatens a village - Thousands more protest Trump by land and by air - Israel pounds Gaza - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Tens of thousands protest Trump's presence in London - The UK Novichok mystery just deepened - A horrific attack precedes Pakistan's election - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The federal opposition and environmentalists are decrying new figures that show more than half a million hectares of forest was cleared in the Great Barrier Reef catchments over four years.