A number of issues complicate the Obama administration's search for a new "coalition of the willing" to fight ISIL in Iraq and Syria.
The CEO of a multibillion-dollar company has been caught on a lift surveillance video repeatedly kicking a doberman puppy as it cowered at his feet.
A Labor senator has accused Prime Minister Tony Abbott of "scaremongering" over national security and using the situation in Iraq as a "shield" to deflect from its budget mess and to improve his position in the polls.
Steve Roach has confirmed he has been sacked by radio station 2GB as a result of a bullying complaint made by a staff member.
Hallowed Crown and Scratch Me Lucky might be first-up in Saturday's The Run To The Rose at Rosehill but have the proven wet track from from the sodden Championships meeting in the autumn to recommend them.
John Thompson has kept his integrity and dignity as the face of Patinack Farm, even as he trained for the past two years without a budget and not knowing when he will get paid.
The West Australian government wants to keep its future fund despite mounting criticism the policy is proving ineffective.
There were two immediate victims of the shooting at the Bullets and Burgers gun range in Arizona on Tuesday. One, most terribly, was the 39-year-old instructor Charles Vacca who lost his life.
Ukraine's Foreign Ministry tweeted on Wednesday evening a pair of hashtag slogans, #UkraineUnderAttack and #RussiaInvadedUkraine, urging others to share the message.
A pedestrian was transported to hospital last night after he was struck by a vehicle on Londonderry Road, ...