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Stormy Daniels defamation lawsuit against Trump dismissed

Stormy Daniels defamation lawsuit against Trump dismissed

Federal judge also ordered adult film actor to pay Trump’s legal fees, but has not yet fixed an amountA defamation lawsuit filed by adult film actor Stormy Daniels against Donald Trump has been
Prince Harry and Meghan given some very Australian baby gifts

Prince Harry and Meghan given some very Australian baby gifts

Duke and Duchess of Sussex presented with a toy kangaroo with joey and tiny Ugg boots at first Sydney engagementThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex have received some very Australian baby gifts – a stuffed
Died and gone to heaven? No, that's air pollution Bryan Adams

Died and gone to heaven? No, that's air pollution Bryan Adams

In the heat of the night, singer mistakes his silhouette in New Delhi’s toxic haze for something magicalA sea of fans with lights held aloft face a stage. Above them a dark figure hovers, silhouetted
Australian embassy in Israel may be moved to Jerusalem

Australian embassy in Israel may be moved to Jerusalem

Prime minister says idea is a ‘sensible’ proposal and that pursuing a two-state solution ‘hasn’t been going that well’Australia may follow US president Donald Trump’s lead and move its embassy in
Ecuador tells Assange to avoid political activity online – and feed the cat

Ecuador tells Assange to avoid political activity online – and feed the cat

WikiLeaks founder told by Ecuadorian embassy to respect rules or lose diplomatic asylum Ecuador has laid out a stringent new set of house rules for Julian Assange, warning the whistleblower to avoid
Coinbase plans for hard Brexit by opening Dublin offices

Coinbase plans for hard Brexit by opening Dublin offices

London remains European headquarters of cryptocurrency exchange, but a move to Ireland is plan BCryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is opening new offices in Dublin as part of the company’s contingency
Asylum seekers 'could contribute £42m to UK' if work rules relaxed

Asylum seekers 'could contribute £42m to UK' if work rules relaxed

Coalition launches campaign to end ban on applicants working while claim processedAsylum seekers blocked from working in the UK could make a net contribution of £42m to the economy if restrictive
Australian officials to speak with Indonesians over Israel embassy concerns – politics live

Australian officials to speak with Indonesians over Israel embassy concerns – politics live

Government to have talks with Jakarta as it considers moving Australia’s embassy in Israel. All the day’s events, live 6.28am BST The Palestinian foreign minister is more blunt:Palestinian Foreign
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, dies aged 65

Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, dies aged 65

Allen, diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, hailed as ‘a great technology pioneer’ and innovator of the personal computer Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates, has
The midterms minute: Democrats face challenges with Latino voters

The midterms minute: Democrats face challenges with Latino voters

In today’s politics news: younger Democrats frustrated at perceived lack of congressional opportunities; emails reveal Kyrsten Sinema invited ‘witches’ to anti-war protestGood evening, I’m Ben Jacobs
‘Most cruel of cruelties’: father and son separated under Trump policy to be reunited

‘Most cruel of cruelties’: father and son separated under Trump policy to be reunited

Federal judge orders reunification of asylum-seeking father and his two-year-old son who were separated for nearly six monthsA federal judge has ordered the immediate reunification of an
Labor moves to make medical transfers from Nauru easier

Labor moves to make medical transfers from Nauru easier

Exclusive: proposals would give more weight to medical opinion and make the minister, not department officials, responsibleLabor will move to make it easier to transfer asylum seekers from Nauru for
Australia should be 'exporting sunshine, not coal', economist Jeffrey Sachs tells Q&A

Australia should be 'exporting sunshine, not coal', economist Jeffrey Sachs tells Q&A

US analyst criticises successive governments for defending coal in wake of alarming IPCC report on climate changeEconomist Jeffrey Sachs has criticised successive Australian governments for “defending
Donald Trump says 'rogue killers' may have murdered Jamal Khashoggi - video

Donald Trump says 'rogue killers' may have murdered Jamal Khashoggi - video

Donald Trump says he has spoken to King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for about 20 minutes about the Jamal Khashoggi case. The journalist disappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2
Harvard uses vague 'personal rating' to reject Asian Americans, court hears

Harvard uses vague 'personal rating' to reject Asian Americans, court hears

University accused of favoring applicants from other ethnicities in case with potentially big implications for other collegesHarvard University intentionally uses a vague “personal rating” to reject
Elizabeth Warren hits back at  Donald Trump by releasing DNA test – video report

Elizabeth Warren hits back at Donald Trump by releasing DNA test – video report

US Senator Elizabeth Warren released the results of a DNA analysis on Monday that she said indicated she had some Native American heritage – a direct rebuttal to Donald Trump, who has long mocked her
Weatherwatch: how winds brought the Norman Conquest

Weatherwatch: how winds brought the Norman Conquest

Battle of Hastings was delayed by unusual northerly winds for a month in the summer of 1066It’s the one date everyone can remember, even appearing in the title of the spoof history book 1066 And All
Theresa May faces frantic 48 hours to save Brexit plan as talks stall

Theresa May faces frantic 48 hours to save Brexit plan as talks stall

PM to seek cabinet support before calling on EU leaders to drop backstop proposalTheresa May faces a frantic 48 hours to try to save her Brexit negotiating strategy after she admitted talks had ground
Three Liberal MPs push Morrison to take child refugees and families off Nauru

Three Liberal MPs push Morrison to take child refugees and families off Nauru

Craig Laundy, Julia Banks and Russell Broadbent say conditions on island have reached tipping point Three government MPs have urged Scott Morrison to remove children and their families from Nauru,
Australia may move embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

Australia may move embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

Prime minister Scott Morrison announces he is considering following Donald Trump’s move Dave Sharma denies suggestions shift is a ploy ahead of Wentworth byelection Scott Morrison has flagged moving