The singer made £40m last year, taking her fortune to £125m, the Sunday Times Rich List says.
When athletes express mental health issues or vocalise their post-retirement struggles, too often the reflex public reaction is scepticism. But why should money and success equal mental health?
What sites do you visit regularly? A new list out shows Australians are keen for a bargain, have an unsurprising interest in real estate, and mainly find their news on social media.
Of course conversations about needs-based education funding are important, writes Gabrielle Stroud. But they should not distract us from the bigger issues hampering student learning and teacher wellbeing.
Some House Republicans are already looking ahead to the fiscal year that begins in October as a chance to demand new defense spending and exact greater concessions from Democrats in the next round of spending talks.
Inviting Palestinian leader to the White House, Trump mum about long-standing goal of an independent Palestine
Apple probably won't start building iPhones and iPads in the United States any time soon, but CEO Tim Cook is happy to help other companies keep their manufacturing businesses stateside. Apple will pour $1 billion into a fund aimed at promoting advan…
Australian codes go big on their footy finals, but if Sydney FC — so far and away superior to any other A-League side this year — doesn’t win the grand final, who really is Australia’s best team?
Republicans expressed confidence that they had the votes to pass it after Donald Trump won over two key Republican skeptics in a White House meeting
House Republicans are planning to hold a vote on Thursday on a controversial plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, expressing confidence that they had the votes to pass it.
Majority leader Kevin McCarthy, emerging from a meeting with leadership on Wednesday evening, told reporters that Republicans have at least 216 yes votes and would vote on the bill on Thursday.