A gunman has opened fire in a Texas church, killing at least 20 parishioners, according to reports.
Two people are dead after an assailant opened fire in Thornton, Colorado.
Today, we remember the Australian troops that repelled the Japanese and regained Kokoda after months of bitter fighting on the track.
Returning IS fighters are wreaking havoc in the Philippines as they attempt to set up a south-east Asia headquarters.
A ute has ploughed into pedestrians in New York, with reports that seven people have died.
Netflix “deeply troubled” by sexual harassment claims, as it announces the cancellation of its golden globe winning drama series.
In a world first, Honolulu implements legislation to crack down on smartphone zombies.
Christie’s Auction House will sell Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘Salvator Mundi’, with an asking price of $100 Million.
CEO of Monarch Airlines, Andrew Swaffield, wrote to staff saying they can “all hold your heads up high and be proud of what you achieved…
Nissan has announced as many as 1.21 million vehicles produced between October 2014 and September 2017 would be recalled for re-inspection.
Stephen Craig Paddock was found dead inside the 32nd floor room of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, where he rained gunfire down on the 22,000 concertgoers.