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A CRISIS UNFOLDING: All the ways America is screwed right now

Donald Trump will address the nation within hours. As he prepares to tackle an uncomfortable truth, these are all the ways his country is in crisis.

‘Holy hell’: World loses it over Aussie

Lucas Pouille vs Alexei Popyrin

Australian teenager Alexei Popyrin stunned the tennis world with a fightback that blew the minds of tennis commentators.

Furious driver targets elderly Duke

Screengrab of Prince Philip driving Queen Elizabeth in his Land Rover in 2017.

Prince Philip has been attacked online by an angry motorist, who claims the 97-year-old royal almost crashed into her before his horrifying accident.

Hilarious Federer snub goes viral

Roger Federer can't get away with everything.

An anonymous man in yellow became an internet sensation when he came face-to-face with Roger Federer — and showed him who’s boss.

From Shark Tank fail to $420k success

Raph and Rory, creators of Peak

Two gym junkies whose ‘healthy’ chocolate was brutally shot down on Shark Tank in 2017 have revealed how they made a comeback.

Why Meghan didn’t go to Kate’s birthday

Day Twelve: The Championships - Wimbledon 2018

The Duchess of Cambridge threw a huge party last weekend but Meghan and Harry were nowhere to be seen — now we know why.

Foe outs Serena’s ‘unfair’ umpire claim

2019 Australian Open - Day 4

Serena Williams’ opponent said the American legend wasn’t on the same page as the umpire in their third round Australian Open clash.

El Chapo’s love texts reveal secret son

Supplied Editorial Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the world's most wanted drug lord

Newly released text messages between El Chapo and his mistress detail a mix of love and death threats as he discusses his secret child.

Toddler’s cheeky sign targets stupidity

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As the debate around pill testing raged on today, Sydney parents used their toddler and his hilarious sign to get their message across.

Parody video that went too far

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A theme park in Auckland has removed a parody video from its social media channels, admitting the joke was “not suitable” and went too far.

Aiia’s alleged killer fronts court

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Three days after Israeli student Aiia Maasarwe was found dead metres from her tram stop, a 20-year-old man has been charged with her murder.

Real reason why Australia loves this man

Alex de Minaur wants to be the ‘boring guy’ of Australian tennis but he’s nothing but box office — as one jaw-dropping moment against Rafael Nadal proved.

Test hopeful’s timing couldn’t be worse

CXI v Sri Lanka - International 3-Day Tour Match

Australian selectors were hoping for one of the CA XI top five to tee off against Sri Lanka but this wasn’t what they were expecting.

Police shot in face and neck at home

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A male officer was shot in the face and a female officer in the neck after they were called to a domestic assault at a home in northeastern New South Wales.

Tracing a killer’s steps to Bundoora

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A 20-year-old man allegedly stalked Aiia Maasarwe from a tram stop a hundred metres from where she was found, barely breathing.

‘Pure agony’: TV cameras went too far

This was tough to watch.

The “heartbreaking” moment an Australian Open star broke down and collapsed has been broadcast around the world, sparking outrage.

Liberal MP’s shocking announcement

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Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O’Dwyer has rocked the Liberal Party with a bombshell announcement from her Melbourne electorate this afternoon.

Widower’s fury: ‘Sick to my stomach’

09/01/2013 NEWS: An undated handout photo received on September 24, 2012, shows Jill Meagher who works for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Australian homicide detectives took over an investigation into the disappearance of a young Irish woman in Melbourne on after her handbag was found in a nearby street. Meagher was last seen at about 1:30am on September 23 morning when she left friends at a bar to walk the short distance home in Brunswick, the inner-city Melbourne suburb in which she lived. AFP PHOTO --EDITORS NOTE--- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT 'AFP PHOTO / AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION' - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

Six years after Jill Meagher’s death rocked Melbourne, her widower Tom has shared his fury over the murder of Israeli student Aiia Maasarwe.

How one family infuriated a nation

English tourist, who gave his name as John Johnson. Picture: Supplied/NZ Herald

They were the rowdy family who wanted to see New Zealand. But within a week they managed to annoy an entire nation.

UFC star’s ‘insane’ body transformation

UFC Fight Night Cejudo v Dillashaw: Open Workouts

TJ Dillashaw will attempt something no one has attempted in UFC before but he had to go through absolute hell to get there.

El Chapo’s wife laughs at crying ex-lover

Recaptured drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is escorted by soldiers at the hangar belonging to the office of the Attorney General in Mexico City

Mexican drug lord, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s wife has cackled as one of his mistresses sobbed and told a court she thought they were in love.

Alleged killer’s resume revealed

A manager at Saratoga Liquor company has told media that Jake Patterson applied for a job at Superior Liquor on the day Jayme escaped.

Accused murderer Jake Patterson applied for a job hours before kidnapped teenager Jayme Closs was found in the Wisconsin woods, according to reports.

George W. Bush’s surprise gesture

George W. Bush delivers pizzas during the shutdown in the US. Picture: George W. Bush/Instagram

George W. Bush has taken an unprecedented step, and spoken out against Donald Trump’s government shutdown.

Map exposes terrifying jihadi comeback

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Islamic State has almost been destroyed, but a disturbing new jihadi army is getting started and has already made terrifying progress.

Business leader instructing serious Indian female assistant

Job interviewer ‘was a guy I ghosted’

Sophie’s decision after a date with a guy she met online came back to bite her when she had to impress him to land her dream job.

Ridiculous cost of being single

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Attracting undue sympathy and unwanted attention, single women have enough to worry about. They’re also being ripped off for going it alone.

Public health sign slammed for ‘racism’

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A public health sign at a swimming pool has been slammed as racist over its portrayal of an encounter between two children.

Incredible story behind iconic photo

Professor Fred Hollows examines the eye of Tran Van Giap in the courtyard of Hanoi Institute of Ophthalmology in 1992. The portrait of Fred and Giap, who was eight at the time, has become the iconic image of The Fred Hollows Foundation.

Almost any Aussie who sees this photo knows who it is and what’s going on. But the emotional, inspiring story behind it hasn’t been told — until now.

Depressing Sydney 10-Year Challenge

Kings Cross Empty Streets

Now that the social media frenzy has moved from celebrities to bigger issues, one Sydney man has captured the city’s big issue.

The $4 item no Aussie shoud travel without.

$4 item you shouldn’t travel without

She’s the Aussie tennis star who has travelled around the globe countless times and this is the item she never leaves behind.

Sickies throw Sydney Airport into chaos

A Qantas Airbus A380 superjumbo takes off past the Air Traffic Control tower at Mascot Airport in Sydney 27/11/2010. The superjumbo took off from Sydney on Saturday on the first A380 passenger flight for the airline since a midair engine explosion earlier this month triggered a global safety review.

It only took a few workers calling in sick to plunge Australia’s busiest airport into chaos. Travellers are being warned to check delays.

Shocking moment plane slams into traffic

Screen grab of the doomed jet a second before it carshed onto maotorsist adn air show spectators on teh A27 road outsode Brighton.

Video has been released of the moment a jet crashed into a busy highway killing 11 people, some of whom “disappeared” in the intense fire.

The city that’s banned sandcastles

Boracay Island, Philippines

They innocently line one of the world’s most iconic beaches but a country’s new laws have banned sandcastles — and tourists miss them.

Chilling problem with this Airbnb photo

The chilling problem with this Air BnB photo.

It was a day before a family staying at an Airbnb home noticed something unsettling in this room. When they complained, they got a surprising response.

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Ten rising stars to watch in 2019

A New York publication has listed its ten up-and-coming performers to watch in 2019 and there are a few Australians on the list.

Weird baby rules Meghan must follow

Britain's Prince Harry, obscured centre, and Meghan Duchess of Sussex attend the premiere for Cirque du Soleil's Totem in support of Sentebale, at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Wednesday Jan. 16, 2019. The royal evening will raise awareness and funds for Sentebale's work with children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa. (Paul Grover/Pool via AP)

As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepare to welcome their first child they’ll also have to be mindful of following a range of unusual royal protocol.

Sony dumps R Kelly amid abuse claims

US industries, politics rocked by sexual misconduct allegations

Sony Music and R Kelly have reportedly parted ways after a documentary detailed allegations of sexual misconduct against the singer.

Today hosts read out mean comments

The new Today hosts read out some comments frmo viewers at the end of their first week.

The hosts had a giggle this morning as they read out some of the not so nice things people have said about the new Today show line-up.

‘Biggest insult’: Jenner’s post roasted

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The supermodel’s response to backlash of her Proactiv deal has backfired spectacularly, with Kendall now being mocked for her tone deaf reply.

An artist's impression released by the European Space Agency on June 27, 2018 shows of the first interstellar object discovered in the solar system, Oumuamua. Picture: AFP

‘Aliens would be everywhere’

An Aussie astronomer has weighed in on wild claims made by a Harvard professor in the debate over whether we are alone in the universe.

Rousey to make Mortal Kombat debut

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - JULY 31: UFC Strawweight Champion Ronda Rousey of the United States poses for photographers during the UFC 190 Rousey v Correia weigh-in at HSBC Arena on July 31, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

The iconic Mortal Kombat series of fighting games has announced a new release, and champion martial artist Ronda Rousey will be joining the cast.

Shocking Aussie road rage incident

Road rage. Picture: Emily Railton

Disturbing footage shows a motorist abusing and tailgating a woman in Melbourne before telling her to “get on a f***ing diet”.

Warning over fake app updates

FILE - This Feb. 19, 2014, file photo, shows WhatsApp and Facebook app icons on a smartphone in New York. The EU’s competition watchdog has fined Facebook 110 million euros ($122 million) for providing misleading information over its buyout of mobile messaging service WhatsApp. (AP Photo/Patrick Sison, File)

New laws in Australia that allow authorities to read encrypted phone messages have been raised as an abuse of human rights.

Why we need to change how we say Uranus

This artist's conception shows the closest known planetary system to our own, called Epsilon Eridani. Observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope show that the system hosts two asteroid belts, in addition to previously identified candidate planets and an outer comet ring. Epsilon Eridani is located about 10 light-years away in the constellation Eridanus. It is visible in the night skies with the naked eye. The system's inner asteroid belt appears as the yellowish ring around the star, while the outer asteroid belt is in the foreground. The outermost comet ring is too far out to be seen in this view, but comets originating from it are shown in the upper right corner. Astronomers think that each of Epsilon Eridani's asteroid belts could have a planet orbiting just outside it, shepherding its rocky debris into a ring in the same way that Jupiter helps keep our asteroid belt confined. The planet near the inner belt was previously identified in 2000 via the radial velocity, or "star wobble," technique, while the planet near the outer belt was inferred when Spitzer discovered the belt. The inner belt orbits at a distance of about 3 astronomical units from its star -- or about the same position as the asteroid belt in our own solar system (an astronomical unit is the distance between Earth and our sun). The second asteroid belt lies at about 20 astronomical units from the star, or a position comparable to Uranus in our solar system. The outer comet ring orbits from 35 to 90 astronomical units from the star; our solar systemÍs analogous Kuiper Belt extends from about 30 to 50 astronomical units from the sun.

It’s the word that has been the butt of jokes since you were a kid. But turns out the joke is on you, you’ve been saying it wrong.

Scary illness led to million-dollar idea

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Christy Laurence was on the fast-track to success in the corporate world when a frightening brain injury stopped her in her tracks.

Suburbs cheaper to buy than rent

The suburbs of Paddington and Petrie Terrace are seen with the Brisbane CBD skyline in Brisbane, Tuesday, January 15, 2019. In the year to December 2018, house prices in the greater Brisbane area rose 2.3 per cent to an average of $525,000 according to the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ). (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

Buyers hope Melbourne and Sydney house prices fall further but there are hundreds of suburbs across Australia where it’s now cheaper to buy than rent.

Massive global shake-up for 2030

Glowing Blue Earth Australia and New Zealand

The world’s biggest players are set to change dramatically over the next decade, with a new report revealing some big surprises for 2030.

Real reason behind Gillette’s ad

A lot of people were uspet about the Gillette video... but will it actually achieve anything in the long run?

Gillette’s ad this week upset a lot of people and led to a furious boycott. But will it achieve anything or is it just a cynical marketing stunt?

Missing report exposes safety fears

Opal Tower Follow up

A missing report for the Opal Tower has raised concerns about “sloppy, inconsistent and even careless” practices that are leaving residents unsafe.

How to get a free Dyson vacuum

Scene - buy this tech - Dyson v10 cordless vacuum

It sounds too good to be true — kitting out your home for free, with everything from Dyson vacuums to furniture. But more Aussies are doing it.

WBBL - Semi Final: Sydney v Melbourne

‘Unbelievable’ Aussie cricket madness

Cricket fans had barely recovered from one WBBL semi-final miracle when a second slice of insanity made them lose their minds.

Hulk dominates as sledge war heats up

Kane Richardson of the Renegades takes the wicket of Sixers Jordan Silk batting during the Big Bash League Match between the Sydney Sixers and the Melbourne Renegades at the SCG in Sydney, Wednesday, January 16, 2019. (AAP Image/Steve Christo) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY, IMAGES TO BE USED FOR NEWS REPORTING PURPOSES ONLY, NO COMMERCIAL USE WHATSOEVER, NO USE IN BOOKS WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT FROM AAP

Defending a small score, the Melbourne Renegades had to be good in the field but none were better than Kane Richardson.

Fighter begs to stop, keeps getting bashed

The fighter wanted to end the bout.

This MMA fighter begged her opponent and the ref to stop the bout because she thought she’d broken her jaw — but nobody listened.

Insta sensation taking back the power

Paige Spiranac the instagram golf star

She became more famous for her social media activity than her work on the greens, but now golf’s Insta star has overcome the trolls.

‘Disgrace’: Shock over Aussie bombshell

Matildas' coach Alen Stajcic in training at the King Adbullah II Stadium, Amman Picture: Val Migliaccio

Australia’s World Cup plans are in disarray after the football community was blindsided by the sinister sacking of the Matildas coach.

Tomic Snr drops ugly Hewitt bomb

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John Tomic has launched a sensational attack on Lleyton Hewitt, accusing the Davis Cup captain of traumatising his son as a 17-year-old.

Near-naked Novak has no shame

Novak Djokovic #10YearChallenge Twitter. Picture: Supplied

Novak Djokovic was never afraid to drop his daks and it looks like that trend has continued even as he matured into his 30s.

Australia suffers shock Test blow

Test Match Australia v India

Australia have suffered a blow to their bowling stocks for the Test series against Sri Lanka, with key paceman Josh Hazlewood ruled out with a back injury.