US President Barack Obama rode an elevator this month with an armed security contractor who had three criminal convictions, which is a violation of Secret Service security protocols, according to published reports.
LIFE’s moving quickly for Australia’s fastest boy, Jack Hale, but he’s determined not to be a flash in the pan.
IT’S the world’s weirdest looking aircraft. The aptly named Airbus Beluga, also known as the A300-600ST Super Transporter, is the whale of the skies and provides a unique way of transporting oversized cargo.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott says he finds burqas confronting and wishes they weren’t worn. But he insists the debate over a burqa ban at Parliament House should be treated as a matter of security.
THREE Iraqi policemen have been killed after one of them tried to remove a black flag that Islamic State jihadist fighters had booby-trapped south of Kirkuk.
WESTERN Sydney Wanderers are just 90 minutes away from reaching the 2014 Asian Champions League final, with just FC Seoul standing in their way.
AFTER a rapturous reception at Cannes, Australian film Charlie’s Country is in line for an Oscars nod.
Territorian fisho Brad Hinks was making his way along a shallow flat near Darwin when he spotted something unusual.
RESTAURANTS use all sorts of gimmicks and deals to get customers through their doors.
A MAN has been formally refused bail after briefly appearing in court this afternoon over the alleged bashing murder of a woman at Budgewoi on the Central Coast overnight.
AUSTRALIAN women are being encouraged to post “hijab selfies” as a sign of solidarity with their Muslim sisters in a new social media campaign aimed at destigmatising traditional Muslim dress.
IT’S an experience that most of us can only dream of — an airline suite that’s even better than first class. But Singapore-based entrepreneur and frequent flyer Derek Low was lucky enough to score the ultimate plane seat. This is his story.
AMATEUR video has shown the dramatic moment two massive container ships collide on one of the world’s busiest waterways.
FOUR members of an international hacking ring, including an Australian, have been charged with cracking the networks of the US Army and developers of blockbuster war video games to steal software.
WHILE a senior Pentagon official claimed Tuesday that the majority of oil refineries in ISIS-controlled territory in Syria have been destroyed by missile strikes, Reuters reports on another resource that helps the group maintain its foothold in the region: wheat.