After five straight weekends of disruptive and sometimes violent protests across France, police are taking a turn expressing anger at the French government
North Queensland farmers urge the Federal Government to start building the $54 million Big Rocks Weir, promised by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
A WA shire apologises after a family accidentally struck a 40-year-old coffin while trying to bury a loved one.
The closure of the historic flour mill at Oatlands, an hour north of Hobart, knocked the wind out of the tiny town's tourism sails. But locals are hoping a planned whisky distillery could provide a lifeline.
Money might not grow on trees, but they are becoming more profitable. And it's not just about forestry and timber — the tree economy has many diverse branches.
Sons in the study said they wanted their dads to tell them how to use condoms and problems with them, such as breakage and slippage, as well as incorrect use.
Over a 6-year period, researchers from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston found 30 patients having cancer treatment fit the criteria for broken heart syndrome.
The largest Protestant denomination in the United States is apologizing for its dark history of racism.
The Philadelphia Flyers dismissed head coach Dave Hakstol on Monday, hours after a team spokesman declared a report about Hakstol's imminent firing untrue.
Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election on social media was more widespread than previously thought and included attempts to divide Americans by race and extreme ideology, said reports by private experts released on Monday by U.S. sena...
A former Tennessee governor and U.S. secretary of Education, the Republican is currently the chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
The Islamist militants have refused to negotiate with the Afghan government in Kabul — but a Taliban spokesman said Monday that they were speaking with the U.S., along with several other countries.