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A humiliating roast by Joe Biden may have turned Rudy Giuliani into Trump's avenger

In 2006, Rudy Giuliani was the most popular politician in America. Today, he's loathed by Republicans, blamed by Democrats and stuck at the heart of Donald Trump's impeachment scandal. → Read More

Scott Morrison uses UN speech to slam 'internal and global critics' of Australia's climate change policy

In his address to United Nations in New York, Prime Minister Scott Morrison hits back at internal and global criticisms of Australia's climate change policy, saying Australia is doing our bit. → Read More

Scott Morrison does not want kids to have 'anxieties' about climate change after Greta Thunberg's speech

Scott Morrison says he does not want Australian children to be worried about environmental issues, after climate change protests took place around the world earlier this week. → Read More

Scott Morrison, Narendra Modi try to show their worth to transactional Donald Trump

These appearances seemed an attempt by both leaders to show their worth to Mr Trump but getting close to this President comes with some risk, writes James Glenday. → Read More

Scott Morrison dismisses report he wanted Hillsong pastor Brian Houston to attend events during US state visit

The Prime Minister dismisses a report he wanted Hillsong pastor Brian Houston to be with him at some events during his current state visit to the United States. → Read More

Donald Trump's Mars mission given $150m boost from Scott Morrison as NASA shows off Gold Logie

Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces his Government will spend $150 million over five years to help Australian businesses get involved in America's planned mission to the Moon and then Mars. → Read More

Thousands of roses and not a single hamburger: All you need to know about the US state dinner

Perhaps the US state dinner will prove the perfect setting for Donald Trump and Scott Morrison to take their budding bromance to the next step. → Read More

Justin Trudeau's brownface just the latest scandal threatening Canada's progressive poster boy

This stylish Prime Minister has cast himself as a defender of racial minorities, and the photo is totally at odds with the image he has carefully crafted for himself, writes James Glenday. → Read More

Fish in the streets and beached boats: Australian women caught in Hurricane Dorian

As the official death toll from Hurricane Dorian reaches 20, two Australian friends caught on Grand Bahama during the category five storm describe how the ocean literally swallowed the island. → Read More

US shootings force journalists to make tough decisions about covering gun violence

How should international journalists cover America's gun violence epidemic? → Read More

Investigations begin and conspiracy theories abound after Epstein death

Jeffrey Epstein will not have to spend the rest of his days in prison or face his accusers, who will take little comfort from his death. Many are now speculating about what secrets he took to the grave, writes James Glenday. → Read More

El Paso grandfather remembered as a hero for sacrificing his life to save wife, granddaughter

David Johnson used his body to shield his family from bullets. His daughters are struggling to make sense of his death amid a heated political debate. → Read More

'Why do people hate us': El Paso Latinos hit out at Trump after massacre

As US President Donald Trump prepares to travel to El Paso to offer his condolences to the city hit by a mass shooting, local Latino residents say they blame him for stirring up racism against them. → Read More

Stink bugs, cockroaches, and 'big brown rats': Trump's White House has a problem

In his latest tweetstorm, Donald Trump accused a critic of living in a rat infested city. But with mice in the Situation Room, and rats swimming in the White House pool, Trump has his own infestation to fight at home. → Read More

Federal executions to resume in the US after 16-year hiatus

In the United States, the Trump Administration has announced federal executions of death row inmates will resume after a 16-year hiatus. → Read More

Trump steps back from 'send her back' chanting by supporters

Donald Trump has tried to damp down chanting by his supporters directed at Somali-born Democratic congresswoman Ilhan Omar. → Read More

Pussy Riot front benefit concert against Alabama abortion ban

Russian feminist punk rock group Pussy Riot have travelled to America's deep south to protest against Alabama's near-total abortion ban. → Read More

Pussy Riot and rape survivors fight back against Alabama's 'extreme' abortion ban

They call it the 'Alabama bump'. After this state banned almost all abortions, donations are flowing, a clinic is being built, and a Russian punk band has arrived. → Read More

Wealthy New York socialite charged with running underage sex ring

Jeffrey Epstein has pleaded not guilty to allegations of sex trafficking and enticing minors to his mansions in Manhattan and Florida. The convicted sex offender once associated with movie stars and some of the world's most powerful people. → Read More

US claims record fourth Women's World Cup soccer title

The United States has beaten the Netherlands in the Women's World Cup soccer title 2-nil in France. Despite some early Dutch resistance, America's stars largely dominated the final, much to the delight of fans back home. → Read More