Treasurer Scott Morrison says responses to the "disturbing" evidence before the banking royal commission need to be well-considered.
Students across the US are walking out of class to demand tighter gun laws on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre.
The US Democratic Party is suing Russia, the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks for allegedly conspiring to influence the 2016 election in Donald Trump's favour.
Prince Charles has been approved as the next head of the Commonwealth after the Queen.
Police in WA say the death of former Fremantle Dockers AFL player Shane Yarran, 28, is not being treated as suspicious.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says US President Donald Trump has invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to the White House.
Controversial former deputy Auburn mayor Salim Mehajer has launched a Federal Court bid to overturn his bankruptcy, declaring "only God can bankrupt me".
Former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce has welcomed his son with his former media adviser Vikki Campion.
A NSW drug-affected driver has been jailed for causing the death of a man lying on the road in 2015.
Neighbours say people who were at the scene of a fatal shooting north of Brisbane fled in cars soon after a gunshot rang out.
The feared WA vice squad chief at the time of Shirley Finn's murder, who many witnesses at her inquest said they believed was involved in her killing, has died.
A Melbourne court has been told of a mother's heartbreak after her teenage son was fatally bashed in a CBD laneway.
A NSW coroner has found police had no choice but to gun down a drunken, mentally ill and knife-wielding postal worker as he came towards them.
Christopher Pyne says he has 100 per cent confidence in former minister David Johnston as the new advocate for the defence sector.
Ben Simmons is averaging an incredible 21 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds in the first three NBA playoff games.
Former AFL star Glenn Archer has appeared in court as he appeals his conviction for punching a volunteer runner at a junior football game in Melbourne.
The NT government will slash its budget this year, cutting the public service and increasing fees and charges for residents.