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Spurned Quade fires parting shot at Brad Thorn

Quade Cooper seems to have finally reconciled himself with the sad end to his career with the Queensland Reds.

Nikorima insists Bennett's 'still got it', hopes he stays in Brisbane

While uncertainty surrounds Wayne Bennett's destination for 2019 and beyond, Broncos halfback Kodi Nikorima says he still has plenty to offer.

How dating app algorithms contribute to racial bias

Algorithms often take data from past users to make decisions about future users.

Wall Street extends losing streak as banks lead slide

Banks led a broad slide in US stocks as an early rally faded, giving the benchmark S&P 500 index its fourth-straight loss.

8@eight: ASX set to add to losses

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

Could being 'too fit' have caused complications for my baby's birth?

Is there a threshold effect for the benefits of fitness during pregnancy?

'We don't think the correction is done yet': investors brace for more sharemarket pain

A trade with a near-perfect record of working is anything but a sure thing in 2018, two big investment banks say.

Kim Kardashian West tells Alec Baldwin she feels 'grateful' for robbery

"I felt like I was living in a bubble, and that opened me up to so much," she told the actor-turned-talk show host.

No noose is good news as May stares down parliament on Brexit

Theresa May's enemies say she is in the political "killing zone", but she faced parliament on Monday to insist her Brexit plan was the best on offer.

Short guides Australia to T20 win over plucky UAE

Australia have secured a much-needed win, albeit in a T20 fixture in their first ever sanctioned match against the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi.

Bolton says Russian meddling in US elections hardly had any effect

US National Security Advisor John Bolton said on Monday Russian meddling in US elections had hardly had any real effect.

'Risk being left behind': Australian executives prioritise new tech over productivity

Australian executives are more likely than their global counterparts to prioritise bringing in new technology rather than improve their productivity.

Voter suppression: Student sues US senator for taking his phone

A student who claims a Republican senator snatched his mobile phone away this month has filed a lawsuit against the lawmaker for battery.

Canberra Now: Kiosk proposal 'not viable'; Think Tank slams ACT education system

Plus, the reason behind the ACT's fast population growth.

Labor moves to end stalemate over refugee families held on Nauru

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will outline the new position in Parliament House on Tuesday after shadow cabinet approved the proposal on Monday night in a bid to end two years of dispute.

Melbourne Express, Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Melbourne Express is your morning primer - a live blog with breaking news, headlines, transport updates and weather.

Ad links Democrat to 'black genocide'

Ministers in Detroit are criticising a radio ad running that attempts to link US Senator Debbie Stabenow's support of abortion rights with "black genocide".

'Go to an early election; get smashed': NSW Liberal's advice to Morrison

"PS this is the near universal view of my colleagues," Peter Phelps said.

'Body double' donned Khashoggi's clothing after embassy killing

As a man appearing to wear Jamal Khashoggi's clothes left the Saudi consulate, a member of the Saudi Crown Prince's entourage made four calls.

Majority of Australian voters think political parties aren't up to the job

A new Ipsos poll has found more than half of Australians think political parties are bad at providing politicians capable of running the country.