SYRIAN government air strikes killed at least 42 people, including 16 children, in Idlib province in the northwest, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft began orbiting Mars today on a mission to study how the Red Planet’s climate changed over time from warm and wet to cold and dry.
TERRORISTS in Syria have been urging an attack against Australian targets “for months”.
FORMER Prime Minister Julia Gillard has criticised former Foreign Minister Bob Carr as “lazy” in an interview set to air on the Nine Network on Tuesday night.
Celebrities and fans have taken to Twitter to wish former Home And Away starlet Tessa James all the best in her battle with cancer.
A FAKE ad claiming that users of iOS 8 can charge their iPhones by putting them in the microwave has gone viral, duping gullible Apple fans in the process.
ANOTHER year, another two iPhones.
THE Maze Runner has sprinted to the top of the Australian box office, overtaking the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the race for No. 1.
A SUBURBAN Satanic sex cult in Wales forced a schoolgirl to have sex with 1800 men — and her own mother — a new book by the victim claims.
GET ready for the dive of your life.
WOULD you trust a man looking after your child at daycare?
IT’S that time of year again. AFL’s biggest stars are preparing to grace the red carpet at Melbourne Crown Casino for the 2014 Brownlow Medal.
THE Block has seen a lot of surprises this year, but none bigger than the secret wedding of Glasshouse favourites Maxine and Karstan.
THE parents of a teenager who died while swimming with dolphins have paid tribute to their son.
FORMER prime minister John Howard should be grateful he has not been charged with conspiracy to commit mass murder over the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, a former intelligence whistleblower turned independent MP says.
THERE is no indication an attack on a senior solicitor in Melbourne is linked to her work for the trade unions corruption inquiry, Commissioner Dyson Heydon says.
AUSTRALIANS are under more financial stress as the cost of living goes up, and wages don’t rise as much.
THE federal government is facing pressure to remove limits on who can run a pharmacy or taxi service and where they operate.