Hope Hicks, once a close aide to US President Donald Trump, drew fire from Democrats on Wednesday for not answering questions during a closed House Judiciary Committee session about whether her former boss broke the law.
A new genealogy series follows six Australians with family secrets and dark pasts.
National Australia Bank has pledged an extra $2 billion in funding for emerging high-tech firms that often find it hard to get bank finance
Organisers shift Shutting Down Your Town tour to bigger venue to prevent ticket scalpers profiting off desperate fans.
Vice-chancellor Michael Spence welcomes proposed strengthening of protections around free academic expression.
New research suggests the rate of non-domestic assaults hasn't decreased in Sydney's CBD since the introduction of controversial lockout laws.
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Victoria's assisted dying legislation is now law. Readers have differing views on the subject.
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Without a leader, Labor’s chance to use the budget speech to outline its vision has been squandered.
It turns out that the nose may well know.
The price of iron ore continues to defy both gravity and the warnings from a plethora of technical financial analysis that the metal price is in bubble territory.
The New York Times' decision to end a great tradition - because one of its cartoons created offence - is a step backwards for free speech.
St George Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit has been stripped of its accreditation to train junior doctors amid protracted allegations of bullying and dysfunction among senior staff.
The Berejiklian government had to save three domestic violence services from funding cuts, after promising no frontline jobs would be axed due to budget cuts.
Local regulators have told the social media giant they are "actively watching" the new platforms plans to sweep into the market as early as next year.
When you consider the backlash Kylie Jenner attracted for allegedly not washing her face properly, you have to wonder if we are all, in fact, guilty of the same.
We need to seize the many opportunities of China, but also stand up to Beijing's excesses. It will respect us when we define our national interest.
Plans to disrupt the computer and data networks of criminals in Australia are fraught, writes a former director of the Australian Signals Directorate.
The review will look at underserved customers such as renters and the elderly, but a sharp drop in the prices could put the NBN under financial pressure