Alfred Enoch is getting to grips with paints and canvases every night on a West End stage.
Suspects radicalised online are being examined in all 50 states, bureau chief says, along with 1,000 ‘domestic terrorists’
The FBI is pursuing 1,000 investigations into suspected “lone wolf” militants and another 1,000 into “domestic terrorists”, the bureau’s director has told a congressional committee.
Inquiry recommends Turnbull government prepare for referendum but warns it might not be well-received
Candidates will have to disclose the birthplace and citizenship of themselves, their parents and grandparents before the next federal election under changes announced by the Turnbull government to try and put an end to Australia’s citizenship crisis without a referendum.
On Thursday an inquiry examining section 44 of the constitution warned that, without a referendum, elections could be subject to “manipulation” by challenges against candidates with dual citizenship or other disqualifications.
Breach of diplomatic protocol allowed after ‘tense deliberations’ between Australia and US
The Australian government allowed its former ambassador to the UK, Alexander Downer, to take part in a “highly unusual” meeting with FBI agents in 2016 to share evidence he possessed about Russian meddling in the US presidential election campaign, according to new reports.
It was a breach of diplomatic protocol – which came after “tense deliberations” between Washington and Canberra – that helped to lay the foundations for the special counsel investigation into allegations of collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, according to the New York Times.
Dame Judith Hackitt will publish her government report into building regulations on Thursday.
Productivity around the world took a massive dive yesterday when everyone started debating “yanny” or “laurel”. Here’s how it all began.
China's Didi Chuxing is rolling out new safety measures for its Hitch carpooling service after a driver allegedly killed a passenger last week. Drivers will need to verify their identities through facial recognition before each trip — the alleged mu…
In a heated meeting between the president, law enforcement and California officials, Trump depicted immigrants as a violent threat
A week after the Trump administration endorsed separating immigrant children from their parents as a deterrent against undocumented travel to the United States, Donald Trump convened a meeting of law enforcement officers and elected officials from California to blast sanctuary cities and depict immigrants as a violent threat.
New sanctuary laws protecting immigrants went into effect in California in January. While multiple localities in the state have said they will opt out of the sanctuary policy, the laws are broadly popular in the state, with support from more than 50% of residents, according to polling.
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