Under an executive order from President Donald Trump, US investors will have to unwind stakes in any company on the Defence Department list by next November.
Peter Martin and Nick Wadhams
An Aussie wine company had its iconic, luxury brand counterfeited by Chinese fraudsters who put cheap wine in fancy-looking bottles.
China’s economic ascent is accelerating barely a year after its first coronavirus lockdowns, as its success in controlling COVID-19 allows it to boost its share of global trade and investment.
Tom Hancock and Enda Curran
The proposal unveiled in the US overnight will be followed in coming weeks by a second, broader jobs and economic recovery plan.
Nancy Cook, Jenny Leonard and Mario Parker
The year 2020 was the equal warmest on record for the planet, but NASA says it could have been worse without the Australian bushfires.
The Vatican says Pope Francis and ex Pope Benedict have received the first dose of a vaccine against coronavirus.
Greg Inglis, who has moved to the UK to play in the Super League, has dismissed claims about Latrell Mitchell’s capability.
Facts can be contentious. They are also true. And they matter. The events of the past week in Washington and here in Australia have proven that spreading lies can actually get people killed.
Kate EmerySenior Reporter
The dying days of the presidency of Donald Trump have proven to be even more chaotic and dangerous than the rest of his divisive term. But finally some flickers of decency have emerged.
US President Donald Trump has condemned ‘political violence’ as he faces a historic second impeachment trial.
Joe Biden has dropped plans to train it to his inauguration, as a Republican said she would file to impeach the President-elect after Donald Trump was impeached again.
Mathias Cormann is one of the top three contenders to become the new Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
From made-in-a-minute ice cream to face masks with smarts, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show is full of surprises.
Ten Republican members of Congress broke party ranks to vote for Donald Trump’s impeachment, including several who had not previously said they would do so. Here’s why they acted.
The article of impeachment against Donald Trump might have easily passed the lower house, but the next step could be more difficult.
US President Donald Trump has released a video addressing the violence of the US Capitol riots and warned his supporters not to go down that path again — but made no mention of his impeachment.
Donald Trump’s become the first president in US history to be impeached twice, as 10 Republicans joined Democrats in the House of Representatives to charge him with inciting an insurrection.
The US House of Representatives has passed a motion urging Vice President Mike Pence to throw Donald Trump out of office ahead of a second impeachment vote on Wednesday (Washington time).
A computer programmer based in Silicon Valley is on the verge of losing a Bitcoin fortune worth almost $300 million, with only two password guesses left to unlock his digital wallet.
A Queensland man accused of masterminding an online marketplace where “all kinds” of illegal drugs were sold has been arrested in Germany.
Stephen Drill and Oliver Moody
Rapid antigen testing acts like a pregnancy test: it’s not too uncomfortable and it takes just minutes to show whether you are positive or negative for COVID-19. But WA has so far resisted
President Donald Trump has told reporters the prospect of impeachment is causing ‘tremendous anger’ in the country but he says he wants ‘no violence’.
Lisa Mascaro, Zeke Miller and Mary Clare Jalonick
Twitter has suspended more than 70,000 accounts primarily dedicated to sharing QAnon content after last week's violence in Washington when supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the US Capitol.
Acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack’s use of a controversial phrase on racial justice has been slammed as “beyond disgusting”.
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