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US Navy fires warning shots at speeding Iranian ship

A US navy patrol boat has fired warning shots at an Iranian military ship that was on a collision course with the vessel, the Pentagon has said. Full story »

Sessions has no plans to quit despite Trump's jabs: reports

Donald Trump speaks to Jeff Sessions. (AAP)
President Donald Trump has once again set his sights on Attorney-General Jeff Sessions in an interview hours after calling him "weak" on Twitter. Full story »

Justine Damond's ashes to be brought home

A memorial will be held in Minneapolis for Australian woman Justine Damond, who was shot by a US police officer, before her ashes are taken back to Australia. Full story »

Trump slams Sessions as not tough enough

US President Donald Trump has been highly critical of Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a series of tweets and public comments. Full story »

At UN, US pushes Korea sanctions

The United States is hoping that China will convince Russia that further sanctions should be imposed on North Korea over their missile tests. Full story »

Trump renews attacks on own attorney general

US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office at the White House on July 25, 2017 in Washington, DC. (AFP)

From publicly attacking a member of his own cabinet to delivering a partisan speech to a gathering of Boy Scouts, Donald Trump has shown once again it's no longer business as usual in Washington. Full story »


Senate compels Trump aide to appear

President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, must appear at a US Senate panel hearing into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Full story »

Trump keeps up criticism of A-G Sessions

Donald Trump has again turned his Twitter rage on Attorney-General Jeff Sessions and officials say the US president has discussed sacking him. Full story »

Trump blasts Sessions, Ukraine in tweets

Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to lash out at his attorney-general and claim without evidence that Ukraine tried to sabotage his presidential campaign. Full story »

Chinese jets intercept US spy plane

Chinese fighter jets have intercepted a US surveillance plane of the East China Sea, prompting Beijing to call for such spying to cease. Full story »

Killer cop won't discuss Justine's death

A search warrant suggests that Justine Damond may have "slapped" the back of a police car before she was fatally shot outside her Minneapolis home. Full story »

Woman 'slapped' car before Damond shot

A search warrant suggests that Justine Damond may have 'slapped' the back of a police car before she was fatally shot outside her Minneapolis home. Full story »

China 'preparing for crisis with N.Korea'

China is strengthening is defences along the North Korean border as it reportedly prepares for a potential crisis. Full story »

Donald Trump looking to fire Attorney-General Jeff Sessions

Jeff Sessions was one of Donald Trump's first and most powerful supporters in his run for president, but he is looking set to be the first Cabinet member to get the axe. Full story »

Martin Shkreli refuses to speak in court

Martin Shkreli (right) outside court. (AAP)
Weeks after prosecutors tried to gag Martin Shkreli, the so-called "most hated man in America" has refused to speak in court. Full story »

Trump tells reporter to 'be quiet' for asking questions

President Donald Trump has told a journalist to "be quiet" when she asked him a question about health care. Full story »

Immigrants 'wept, pleaded for water'

A survivor has described the horrifying conditions inside a sweltering truck in which 10 immigrants last their lives. Full story »

Justin Bieber scraps rest of Purpose tour

Justin Bieber has pulled out of the last 15 shows of his Purpose world tour. Full story »

Fake street signs mock Minneapolis police’s excuse of being ‘startled’ prior to Justine Ruszczyk shooting

The signs reference a statement from the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA), which said Noor's partner Matthew Harrity heard a loud noise before Justine Ruszczyk was shot dead.

Orange street signs warning of “easily startled” police officers have popped up in the US city of Minneapolis, the city where Australian Justine Ruszczyk was killed. Full story »


Somalian community hits back against ‘racist’ response to fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk

The Somalian community in Minneapolis has slammed what they claim is the racist and Islamophobic response to the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk by police officer Mohamed Noor.  Full story »