Keith Thurman built a big lead over Danny Garcia and held on to add the WBC welterweight title to his WBA championship Saturday night.
Thurman won his 28th straight fight and handed Garcia his first loss in 34 bouts. After five furious rounds to open things at Barclays Center, the pace slowed – even bringing boos from the large crowd at times. But it ended with a flourish of exchanges in the 12th and final round. And with Thurman holding up two belts.
A look at its evolution: Manufacturing jobs have evaporated in large part because of automation, and the decline in coal mining jobs predates former president Barack Obama and has its own elaborate set of causes (including the exhaustion of easy-to-mine veins).
Prime minister says parents who choose not to have their children vaccinated are creating health risk
Malcolm Turnbull has shot down Pauline Hanson’s assertion the government is blackmailing parents into vaccinating their children.
The prime minister says it is vital to the health of all Australians that close to the whole population be immunised.
Appearing on ABC’s Insiders program, Pauline Hanson reasserts her respect for Vladimir Putin and asks for proof of the Russian leader’s involvement in the downing of flight MH17. The One Nation leader says Australians want Putin’s style of leadership, ‘I respect the man. He is very patriotic towards his country, the people love him, he is doing so well for the country. So many Australians here want that leadership here in Australia’
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson says Australians are calling for a leader like Russian President Vladmir Putin who “will stand up and fight for this country”.
Category one cyclone expected to strengthen to category two before crossing Kimberley coast on Monday
The tropical low off the coast of Darwin has been upgraded to a category one cyclone, expected to intensify in coming days.
Tropical cyclone Blanche has formed southwest of the Tiwi Islands and is expected to intensify to a category two as it crosses the north Kimberley coast late on Monday.
Australia looks to overhaul India’s first innings of 189 on day two of the second Test in Bangalore. Follow the action in our live blog.
Facebook's reactions are thriving in your News Feed, and it now looks like the company wants to spread them to Messenger, too. The social network has confirmed to TechCrunch that it's testing the ability to add reactions to individual messages, much…
MPs say EU citizens who contribute to the UK economy should not live ‘under a cloud of uncertainty’.
The government says its technical training reforms are the most ambitious since A-levels came in.