Trump’s political opponents have seen him benefit tremendously in moments of protest and conflict, when blame could be shifted to a violent left. And analysts wonder whether a president who proved Republican orthodoxy wrong, maximizing white voters instead of offering policy gains to nonwhites, had lucked into another coup.
One Would Think the Deep triumphs in category for older readers, with Go Home, Cheeky Animals! winning early childhood prize in CBCA prizes
Stories about grief, animals and hiking through the Grampians have taken out the top gongs in this year’s Children’s Book Council of Australia book of the year awards.
Chief economic adviser oversees president’s economic agenda as it nears a critical juncture.
The fate of the Andrews Government’s controversial fire services reforms remains in the hands of the upper house crossbench after a parliamentary inquiry remained split over how new laws should be handled.
Malcolm Turnbull condemns Barcelona attack and says Australia is united with the people of Spain in fighting such acts
Malcolm Turnbull has condemned the terrorist attack in Barcelona, saying Australia stands in “absolute, resolute solidarity” with the people of Spain in their fight against Islamist terrorism.
He said “our love, our prayers” were with the victims and their families, and Australian consular officials were on their way to Barcelona from Madrid.
AI's not quite ready to build photorealistic worlds on its own. But it's getting pretty close.
Nancy Pelosi called for the immediate removal of a dozen of them from the Capitol.
State mines minister rejects two applications at reserves west of Cape Tribulation which campaigners say should set a precedent
The “archaic” practice of mining rivers in north Queensland is making a mockery of Australia’s key policy to protect the Great Barrier Reef, wasting multimillion-dollar efforts to cut runoff pollution, its opponents say.
“Instream” mining in Queensland, the only state still allowing the excavation of rivers for gold, tin and silver, is unleashing torrents of fine sediment in one of the reef’s largest catchments.