In a phone call between Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump, the Canadian prime minister urged the president not to ditch NAFTA.
The federal government could strip citizenship from three Australian Islamic State foreign fighters arrested in Lebanon.
Macedonia's President Gjorge Ivanov has called for calm in a televised address after a protest over the election of a new parliamentary speaker turned violent.
The Commonwealth Games for 2026 or 2030 could be held in western Sydney if a regional leadership group gets its way.
The Pentagon inspector general is investigating Michael Flynn, US President Donald Trump's former national security adviser.
British police have foiled an attempt to bring more terror to the heart of Westminster, in what officials says was "intelligence-led" operation.
In a bid to open more federal land for mining US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order requiring a review of national monuments.
Donald Trump has held a classified briefing with lawmakers on applying economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea.
Local Government Association of Queensland chief executive Greg Hallam has called for a ban on political and union donations to independent candidates.
The nation's terms of trade has seen another jump in the March quarter as export prices showed their biggest annual rise since 2008.
Treasurer Scott Morrison is sticking with his 10-year business tax plan and will re-introduce its remaining parts when the parliament sits in May.
Bankrupt businessman Joseph Gutnick has defended his precious gem of a wife's $285k wage in court.
A "data spill" of the private mobile phone numbers of Members of Parliament has led to a rethink on how the information is posted on the web.
Two men in Victoria who were found guilty at trial of creating and selling Brett Whiteley paintings have been acquitted.
Queenslanders affected by Cyclone Debbie will receive almost $15 million in Category C funding from the state and federal governments.
Brett Whiteley's former wife says the acquittal of two men who were found guilty by a jury of creating and selling Brett Whiteley paintings is "ludicrous".
A 73-year-old former member of the Salvation Army in Perth has been found guilty of child sex offences dating back to 1963.