Every day licensed law-abiding sport shooters in Australia are vilified and discriminated against. Has Australia implemented something more sinister than laws to protect its citizens? Does Obama have bigger plans?
Democratic Labor Party Senate team leader from Queensland, is angry that Australia is welcoming a Muslim musician who advocated the burning to death of author Salman Rushdie commence a concert tour of Australia.
The tsunami generated from the Chile earthquake has gathered momentum in the Pacific as it travels towards Japan.
The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA ) has ordered the evacuation of residents to higher ground
John Babcock, Canada’s last World War I veteran, has died at the age of 109. A 16-year-old when he went in search of military glory, Babcock was the last of the 650,000 men and women Canada recruited to serve in the war to end all wars.
In 2007, Conrad Black was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice over the theft of more than $6 million USD from a Chicago-based newspaper company he once controlled. Now in prison, Black writes a popular blog.
Attacks are believed to be in protest against Australia's impending Internet filtering legislation and the Classification Board's decision to ban the sale of porn films in Australia which shows small-breasted women.
The attention of movie studios, record companies and online pirates around the globe is this morning focused on an Australian court ruling on whether internet service providers should prevent their customers sharing files.
Millionaire Herman Rockefeller linked to underground group sex network. The dismembered body of the 52-year-old was found in a junk-strewn suburban backyard eight days after he was reported missing. Two people have been arrested.