Secret documents held by the FBI and other US government agencies about the treatment of former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks may soon be made public after his wife launched a freedom of information lawsuit in the United States.
Downtown Sydney went about its usual business on Saturday, seemingly indifferent - if not oblivious- to the meeting of the world's most powerful financial minds taking place just a few blocks from Circular Quay.
The Australian Federal Police has defended its actions in raiding the Sydney offices of Seven West Media despite admitting it 'made a mistake' and apologising for stating a legal representative of the broadcaster had been 'reasonably suspected' of committing a crime.
Schapelle Corby needs to do an interview with the Seven Network because it’s the only way she can “get her life back” and protect her from other journalists, according to sister Mercedes.
Australian couples tying the knot at close to 90,000 civil ceremonies every year have former attorney-general Lionel Murphy to thank. And now so can American couples wanting a secular marriage.
A new government appointment has the clean energy industry fearing for the future of the green energy target, writes Peter Hannam.
The deletion of a health website raises questions about the influence of the food industry lobby, writes Amy Corderoy.
Fewer than a dozen people in the world speak the language in which Thomas Kungiung belts out the mournful lyrics to "Truwu".
The head of the Australian Electoral Commission, Ed Killesteyn, has quit after the bungled West Australian Senate election.
Facebook has made its boldest business move ever, buying the mobile-messaging service WhatsApp in a deal worth about $US19 billion ($21 billion) in cash and stock.