The House on Wednesday voted 232-197 to impeach Donald Trump.
US Vice President Mike Pence will not invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office.
Tesco, Asda and Waitrose will not let shoppers into their stores if they are not wearing a face covering.
The WHO will investigate the origin of COVID-19 this week in China.
The new data should remind us that God is in control, and the One we should look to for hope and joy.
Since beginning vaccinations a week before Sunday’s European Union rollout, Israel’s centralised health system has administered 280,000 shots, the world’s fastest rate.
A new strain of COVID-19 detected in England has prompted a number of European countries to cut off travel with the UK.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the plan aims to be cautious but irreversible.
Voters are favouring the incumbent Prime Minister, but the latest Newspoll shows the next federal election will be close.
Facebook has also blocked important government information pages including the weather bureau, health departments and police agencies.
Premier Daniel Andrews has announced the statewide lockdown will end at 11.59 pm, but some restrictions will remain.
Two of the country’s richest businessmen are offering to set up quarantine camps outside of capital cities.
The Tax Office has released figures showing that businesses in every state and territory are graduating from the wage subsidy.
From 11:59 pm Friday night until 11:59 pm on Wednesday, Victoria will move to Stage 4 restrictions.
Tsunami centres across the region sent alerts for the public to stay off beaches and shore areas due to risks of unexpected currents and unusual waves.
Gig economy workers would be given more rights under industrial relations reforms being proposed by Labor.
Australian journalist Cheng Lei has been formally arrested accused of supplying state secrets.