“There’s a massive anti-union effort going on, and these guys are standing out their own. They deserve our support,” Sanders said of union workers.
In a break with long-standing tradition, the secretary of state is absent for release of the annual report.
Nintendo's excellent but imperfect Switch console is hitting stores and shipping out to homes today, but there's still a few odd details sprouting up. It appears that the Nintendo Account, which replaces the Nintendo Network ID, ties itself to whiche…
A century from England captain Eoin Morgan sets up a 45-run win over West Indies in the first one-day international in Antigua.
Imagine the schools and hospitals that could be built with the $28bn from 15 years of infrastructure cost overruns
Scott Morrison likes to tells us about the government’s “laser-like focus” on getting spending under control and “repairing” the federal budget.
That’s why he is trying to force the parliament to swallow recooked versions of Tony Abbott’s welfare cuts, three years after they were tabled. It’s apparently the only way we can afford the Coalition’s childcare plans and possibly also decent services for the disabled and their carers under the national disability insurance scheme, although that linkage seems to come and go depending on political tactics.
Amazon plans to reveal new voice-controlled devices this year that will let you make phone calls, according to a report today from Recode. These gadgets might also allow you to "call" a buddy who has another Alexa-powered speaker, making for a sort o…
Australia will need to up its game as Virat Kohli assures India will make massive improvements in the second Test.
Got a minute? President ‘demands’ investigation into photos of Democrats with Russian president and ambassador… in bewildering riposte… and everything else today in US politics. By Tom McCarthy
As controversy churned over previously undisclosed meetings between attorney general Jeff Sessions and the Russian ambassador, Donald Trump tweeted a photo of Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer with Vladimir Putin.
Hey, game developers: William Gibson called. He wants his dystopian sci-fi future back. The annual Game Developers Conference showcases the latest projects from studios around the world, offering a first-hand look at the themes and trends driving t…
Bush and Obama administrations held ceremonies to announce report, but this year a US official instead takes questions over phone – on condition of anonymity
The US state department released its annual report on human rights around the world on Friday, but the release was overshadowed by criticism that the secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, gave the report little of the traditional attention or fanfare.
Tillerson declined to unveil the report in person, breaking with precedent established during both Democratic and Republican administrations. A senior US official answered reporters’ questions by phone on condition of anonymity rather than appearing on camera, also a break with precedent.