Good Morning Australia!! - London acknowledges alleged white terrorism against Muslims - Russia threatens US jets after a Syrian warplane is shot down - Carrie Fisher's autopsy found a cocktail of drugs - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Six members of the United States Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) have resigned in anger, saying that Donald Trump doesn't care about HIV.
The driver of a van that plowed into a crowd of Muslim worshipers in North London reportedly yelled, "I want to kill Muslims!" as people on the street grabbed him and held him for police. One man died at the scene and eight have been transported to hospital.
Good Morning Australia!! - Scores of people are killed trying to escape a massive forest fire - The local council is pushed aside in surving the survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire disaster - Jihadists attack a tourist resort - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Prosecutors vow another attempt to convict comedian Bill Cosby - The death toll nearly doubles in the Grenfell Tower fire - Seven US Sailors are missing after a destroys collided with a freighter - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Fury and mistrust grasps the community where a London housing tower burned - Tory penny-pinching is coming into focus in the deadly fire investigation - Trump rolls back Obama's Cuba policy for no good reason - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The woman who was raped by an Uber driver in India is suing the ride-hailing company for invasion of privacy after reports came out an executive obtained her medical records while investigating her allegations.
The Japanese automobile airbag maker Takata is expected to file for bankruptcy protection as early as next week, as it works towards a deal for financial backing from US auto parts maker.
Good Morning Australia!! - Could the London Fire death toll exceed 100? The world gets its first look inside the devastated tower - Boris Johnson's callous words on fire protection came back to haunt him - Russians troll Putin as Putin trolls the US - A young America suffered profound brain damage while in North Korea - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The special counsel appointed to overseeing the probe into Russian influence over the 2016 US presidential election is now investigating Donald Trump for possible obstruction of justice.
Ireland's new leader Leo Varadkar is at 38 years old, the youngest in the republic's history; he's the son of an Irish mum and Indian immigrant dad; and he's openly gay in a country that decriminalized homosexuality only 24 years ago.
Good Morning Australia!! - Twelve are confirmed dead in the London Tower fire, but it's expected to get worse - A pro-gun US Congressman is shot and critically wounded - Telstra cuts Aussie jobs - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The federal government will pay AU$70 Million to Manus Island detainees to settle their claims of suffering serious physical and psychological injuries in the asylum seeker detention center.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has declared a "major incident" as a massive fire gutted an entire West London tower block. Grenfell Tower is reported to be 24 to 27 storeys tall.
Uber chief Travis Kalanick is taking an indefinite leave of absence from the ride-hailing company he co-founded because of the toxic culture of bullying and sexual harassment that flourished under his watch. On the same day, a prominent board member resigned after making a sexist joke during a meeting about fixing Uber's problems.
Hello Australia!! - America's chief law enforcer stonewalls and sidesteps before congress - The US Ambassador to Qatar is quitting as Trump worsens the Gulf States Crisis - Australians are ordered to trial in China - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
One of Australia's biggest farms has been fined more than AU$100,000 after pleading guilty to workplace safety violations in which two workers were injured.
After years of decline, Western Australia is experience a boom in jobs being advertised for mining engineers - almost twice as many openings today than during the same time last year.
Good Morning Australia!! - Trump faces court trouble on two fronts - Russians stand up against Putin's rampant corruption - Fighters invade Islamic State's capital - A quake rattles Greece - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The leadership crisis at Uber Technologies intensified as the board took a rare Sunday meeting to discuss the future of controversial CEO Travis Kalanick.
Some prominent Wikipedia editors are discussing opening a new door to the site in the most secretive place on the Internet, the "dark web", to protect its readers from prying eyes.