In addressing the Trump administration’s biggest national security challenge, the US Treasury sanctioned one person, 27 companies and 28 ships in a further attempt to deter the rogue nations nuclear operations.
A man and woman were swept 200 metres downstream and had to cling to trees for safety before being rescued by swift water teams north-west of Brisbane overnight, as the weather bureau warns the heavy rain will continue into the morning.
Veterans' Affairs Minister Michael McCormack is firming as the favourite to be the new Nationals leader and deputy prime minister, as the party desperately tries to put the Barnaby Joyce saga behind it.
Even an infant formula scandal wasn't enough to budge many French attitudes toward breastfeeding — namely that it is a degradation of women's rights, and a poor long-term use of Les Lolos, writes Anne Bagamery.
Bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva becomes the second Russian athlete at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics to return a positive drug test, the Bobsleigh Federation of Russia confirms.
On a night of broken records and giant victories, everything good about the Western Bulldogs was painfully lacking in Carlton as the gap between the contenders and also-rans widens ever further.