It’s not hard to see why this drama about a judge who covers his son’s crime to protect him from retaliation was remade by US television.
The local sharemarket is set to open lower after US stocks veered between gains and losses as traders weigh the risks from the Chinese real estate crisis and look ahead […]
President Joe Biden will ease foreign travel restrictions to the US beginning in November, allowing foreigners into the country if they have proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test.
Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine works for younger children and that it will seek US approval soon – a key step toward beginning vaccinations for those currently ineligible.
“We need to avoid at all cost a Cold War that would be different from the past one, and probably more dangerous and more difficult to manage,” Guterres said.
The AUKUS defence pact is unlikely to have a material impact on iron ore prices in the short-term, investors say, but warned of longer-term risks of pinning the country’s defence […]
The US plans to speed up its efforts to expel Haitian migrants on flights to their Caribbean homeland, officials said on Saturday.
The high-profile drone strike killed up to 10 Afghan civilians – including seven children – rather than an Islamic State extremist as initially announced.
The new defence pact with the US and Britain contains too many unanswered questions, writes the former prime minister.
Wall Street swung between gains and losses and iron ore prices slumped, dragging on the US shares of mining heavyweights BHP and Rio Tinto.
Scrapping a French-built submarine fleet in favour of US nuclear technology is the best option under the parameters we have set ourselves.
Companies including the local arm of US giant Salesforce and ASX-listed Altium are considering making vaccinations mandatory for staff who want to return to the workplace.
The United States has completed the frantic and deadly withdrawal of its forces from Kabul, marking the official end of the 20-year war in Afghanistan.
Their latest attack, following Thursday’s fatal suicide bombing outside the airport, was launched on the eve of the United States’ exit from the country.
The update from the CDC comes one day after a New Zealand woman died of myocarditis after getting the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
The charged political climate that has seeped from the national stage into their local meetings has made a difficult job even more challenging, if not impossible.
Dr Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious disease expert, said on Sunday he supports COVID-19 vaccine mandates for children attending schools as the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus […]
American forces launched a drone strike in Kabul on Sunday targeting a suicide bomber in a vehicle who was aiming to attack the airport, US officials said.
The US said it made an unmanned counter-terrorism air strike against an Islamic State-K operative – its first military move since the Kabul airport attack.
A much-awaited report says most US intelligence agencies believe the virus was probably not genetically engineered, but there is a divide between agencies.
The bombing at Kabul airport raises the risk that the US defeat will encourage terrorism worldwide.
The attack has sparked global outrage and a promise of retribution from the US
Even before the Kabul airport attack, senior officials in the Australian government were looking at the wider terrorism threat posed by the Taliban’s takeover.
Vaccine mandates are beginning a march across America, constricting the places that people who have shunned the jabs can work, shop and play.
Two deadly suicide bombings came just days before the scheduled withdrawal of all US troops from Afghanistan, plunging the departure effort into chaos.
Australia, Britain and the US all updated their travel advice on Thursday, warning people not to attempt the dangerous journey to the airport in Afghanistan’s capital.
President Joe Biden said he is sticking to his August 31 deadline for completing the US pullout, ramping up pressure on the already risky operation.
The congressmen now face criticism for showboating as politicians — which they vehemently deny — while adding needless confusion to a dire situation.
The Securities and Exchange Commission will demand that the more than 250 Chinese companies trading in US markets better inform investors about political and regulatory risks.
China has criticised the US “politicisation” of efforts to trace the origin of the coronavirus, demanding a US military laboratory be investigated.