In an area which is supposed to be one of the most pristine dive sites in the Caribbean, a massive floating pile of plastic garbage that stretches for kilometres has just appeared.
There are more slaves now than at any time in human history. It’s hidden in supply chains, but there’s something the Australian businesses can do about it, writes Edward Santow.
The comedian, who will front a new nightly talk show on the ABC, won’t shy away from politics but will focus first and foremost on the laughs.
CBS wants to remind you that All Access doesn't just revolve around Star Trek: Discovery. It just premiered the trailer for its third All Access original series, the police comedy No Activity, ahead of its November 12th debut. The adaptation of an…
A gang are sentenced to up to six years in prison after conning people to set up fake phone contracts.
Police have jailed a man after this raid in Nottingham.
The White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says the indictments of two former Trump campaign aides – Paul Manafort and George Papadopoulos – have nothing to do with President Donald Trump or his campaign and show no evidence of collusion between the campaign and Russia. Sanders went on to accuse the Clinton campaign of collusion
Gone are the days when we need to debate about what constitutes ‘collusion’ and whether that’s any standard to judge the Trump campaign
Indictments do strange things inside a White House. They twist the minds of an already neurotic nest of frenemies, turning suspicions into paranoia, press leaks into prosecutorial intelligence and financial concerns into colossal legal bills.
George Papadopoulos, named as a foreign policy adviser in March 2016, sought to arrange meetings between the Trump campaign and Russian leadership.
A $75m spending spree, allegedly using funds from the former Soviet bloc, appears to have caught up with Donald Trump’s one-time campaign manager
A home improvement company in the Hamptons, New York, is on the list for more than $5m. An antique clothing store in Alexandria, Virginia, is down for almost $1m. A men’s clothing store in New York: $849,215. A clothing store in Beverly Hills, California: $520,440. A contractor in Florida: $432,487.
An indictment unsealed on Monday morning lists dozens of alleged payments by Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, to stores and businesses since 2008.In nearly all the transactions, cash flowed from accounts in tax havens such as Cyprus and St Vincent and the Grenadines.