Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Minn.) said June 15 ahead of the Congressional Baseball Game that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), who was injured in a shooting the day before during baseball practice, “would like nothing more than be on the field.”
The new policy prohibits any commercial dealings with Cuba’s military and somewhat limits U.S. citizens’ travel to the island, but leaves in place much of the old policy.
Accidentally published government briefings cast doubt on nature of consultations over a sacred sites agreement
A purported deal struck between the mining company Glencore and Aboriginal traditional owners has been called into question, accidentally published government documents reveal.
The deal, which seeks to almost double the height of a waste rock pile to 140 metres, forms a significant part of Glencore’s proposal to extend its lead and zinc operations in McArthur river in the north-east of the Northern Territory.
One resident of Grenfell Tower tells the dramatic story of how he escaped – from the 15th floor
Radio personality asks the host of the ABC’s new podcast about race insulting questions, including ‘What’s the deal with Asians?’ and ‘Are they all the same?’
The ABC has apologised for airing an interview in which Melbourne breakfast radio host Red Symons asks the ABC journalist Beverley Wang if she is yellow.
The network removed the interview from its website on Friday after an outcry over Symons’s comments.
The founder of the Responsible Cafe Movement says its just the beginning of a revolution in educating customers how to stop creating unnecessary waste.
Words likening Australia’s dead ‘Johnnies’ to Ottoman ‘Mehmets’ disappear as 1985 Gallipoli monument is restored
The Turkish government of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has removed from a revered Anzac Cove memorial the familiar words attributed to Turkey’s founding father, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, likening Australia’s dead “Johnnies” to Ottoman “Mehmets” and welcoming them to rest in his country’s soil.
The renovation of the 1985 monument has heightened suspicions in Australia and Turkey that the refurbished memorial could reflect a growing Islamist interpretation by the Erdoğan administration of Australia’s part in the 1915 British-commanded Anzac invasion of – and later retreat from – Gallipoli.
Spectators and lawmakers at the annual Congressional Baseball Game reflect on the June 14 shooting that wounded five people including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.).
Pence’s office confirmed he retained Richard Cullen to assist him in responding to inquiries by special counsel Robert Mueller
Vice president Mike Pence has hired outside legal counsel to oversee his response to investigations into possible collusion between Russia and president Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.
Pence’s office confirmed on Thursday that he retained Richard Cullen, chairman of McGuireWoods LLP, to assist him in responding to inquiries by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Battery storage is predicted to become a major part of Australia’s energy grid within the next 20 years. So how does it work, which other countries are doing it and how much of a “thing” will it be here?