Good Morning Australia!! - The Florida High School killer was a member of an armed racist group - Trump fubars his chance to comfort a troubled nation - A woman is freed from more than a decade in prison for a failed pregnancy - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Among the more than 130 top officials in the Trump White House who lack proper security clearances are Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka, son-in-law Jared Kushner, and his top legal counsel Don McGahn.

Barnaby Joyce will not fill in for Washington-bound Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull next week, and instead will take leave as pressure mounts for his resignation.

Good Morning Australia!! - Another bloodbath in a US school - South Africa's political crisis comes to an inevitable conclusion - Barnaby faces a tough week ahead - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Queensland has refused to provide an environmental license for a proposed $900 Million expansion of the New Acland coalmine.

Germany is considering a plan to cut air pollution by rolling out free public transportation in five cities, including Bonn and Essen.  The idea is to lure commuters out of their cars.

Good Morning Australia!! - Israeli police have a special valentine for Prime Minister Netanyahu - The FBI exposes another Trump administration lie - The case of the tell-tale saddlebags - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) has met and decided that the nation cannot wait to get rid of scandal-plagued President Jacob Zuma's term, and will attempt to recall him from office.

Good Morning Australia!! - Lions get the better of a big game poacher - Trump's budget plan would destroy America and any country depending on it - Is the clock finally winding down on Jacob Zuma? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

An explosion at a substation added thousands back to the hundreds of thousands of people still without electricity on the US island of Puerto Rico, months after the devastation of the September 2017 hurricane.

California has launched an investigation of a health insurance company after a former director admitted he never researched a patient's medical records before denying that person health care.

Good Morning Australia!! - Dozens killed in a Russian plane crash - South African runs out of patience with President Zuma - It's not immigrants causing a disturbing spike in crime in Germany - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Israel loses its first warplane in Syria - Dozens are killed in unrelated bus accidents - Cops are revealed in a conspiracy with nazis - Trump defends alleged wife beaters - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump says the wrong thing about spousal abuse - An elaborate armored car heist nets tens of millions of dollars - Oxfam denies a cover-up - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The US Rocky Mountain state of Colorado is celebrating a dramatic decline in animal-related car crashes because of the construction of wildlife bridges and underpasses.

An on-line university student in the US (where else) had to fight tooth and nail to get a grade changed because her professor didn't believe Australia was a country.  Crikey!

Good Morning Australia!! - Bombs fall amidst millions of civilians in Syria - The ICC will look at Duterte's lawless "war on drugs" - British Bermuda regress on human rights - Is Clint Eastwood's new movie thwarting justice? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The relationship between Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce and a former staffer who is pregnant with his child has at least one lawmaker suggesting that Australia follow America's lead and ban sexual relations between politicians and their government staff.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is declaring his innocence after local media reports said he could soon be indicted on corruption charges.

Good Morning Australia!! - A difficult seach for survivors in Taiwan - South Africa's long nightmare could be over soon - Shocking allegations against a top Trump aide - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Scientists fear Polar Bears could go extinct more quickly than expected after discovering the world's largest carnivore needs more food than the rapidly warming environment can provide.