Good Morning Australia!! - Hundreds are killed in a quake along Iran's western border - A fifth woman accuses a notorious US conservative of pedophilia - Human Rights campaigners don't believe Myanmar - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie said on Monday that she will stand down if urgent inquiries to the UK prove she is a dual citizen - possibly within 24 hours.
After the city of Flint, Michigan had its water source switched to a source that resulted in more toxic lead coming from people's taps, the birthrate dropped and the number of women suffering miscarriages rose by a "horrifyingly large" amount.
Uber an offer from the Japanese conglomerate Softbank and a major venture capital firm to buy a US$10 Billion stake in the ride-hailing company, which will see a big change in its volatile corporate culture.
Good Morning Australia!! - It could soon be Labor's turn to deal with the citizenship circus - Trump furiously backtracks over gushing praise of Putin over his own spy chiefs - Lebanon's ex-PM surfaces - WTH happened in Warsaw? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - The Coalition loses yet another MP to the dual citizenship saga - A smaller TPP now has a bigger acronym - Rebel Wilson and George Takei are the latest stars figuring in Hollywood's sex abuse controversy - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - The clock winds down on Manus Island - Louis CK says "the stories are true" - Ellen Page says the director of the X-Men outed her - US Republicans abandon accused child molester Roy Moore, who refuses to quit - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Two years after BHP slashed jobs at its Olympic Dam operation because of the worldwide downturn, the mining giant is adding another 120 new jobs at the South Australia location.
The former President of the social media giant Facebook says the founders deliberately set out to create a network that would exploit "a vulnerability in human psychology" of its users.
Good Morning Australia!! - The UN says Oz IS responsible for Manus Island - Hollywood is willing to re-shoot an entire movie to get rid of Kevin Spacey - New sex abuse allegations rock the US Republican Party - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Cabinet minister Simon Birmingham is pouring cold water on an "alternative" bill on same sex marriage that a group of conservatives hope to put forth to compete with the one Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull favors.
President Michelle Bachelet of Chile signed legislation to prohibit the sale of single-use plastic bags in 102 villages and towns along the country's Pacific Ocean coast. It's the first such national law in the Americas.
Good Morning Australia!! - A humiliating scandal slams the UK government, raising important questions about honesty and competence - Saudi Arabia's corruption crackdown impacts the Murdoch clan - Germany creates a third gender - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The United Nations' World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) says the 2017 is on track to be one of the three hottest years on record, with 2016 and 2015 filling out the card.
From his visit in South Korea, Donald Trump left tyre tracks all over the face of his referred candidate in the Virginia governor's race after voters in several states handed Trumpism a stinging rebuke that brought a Socialist and a Trans-Woman into state government for the first time.
Good Morning Australia!! - Italy investigates a mass death in the Mediterranean - US military foul ups allowed the Texas Church Massacre gunman to slide through a flawed system - Why Paris is refusing to invite Trump to a big meeting - And more from your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The world's largest mining and resources company extended a US$45 Million loan to a controversial billionaire to help secure mining rights in a poor central African nation, according to revealed secrets from The Paradise Papers.
Good Morning Australia!! - Another completely avoidable massacre in the USA - The ugly American makes an ass of himself in Tokyo - When the rescue turns out worse than the initial problem - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Rates of new gonorrhoea diagnoses among Australians rose 63 percent in just five years, prompting health officials to urge sexually active people to get in the habit of having regular tests for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).