About 2,200 US Marines expected in Darwin in the 2021 rotation as Canberra also eyes improved air, maritime capability.
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The Federal Reserve said that Chair Jerome Powell has requested a ‘fresh and comprehensive look at the ethics rules’.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says US ‘strongly’ welcomes European role in the Indo-Pacific.
Mosque demolished in 2018 in Hotan in Xinjiang is one of many damaged or destroyed by China in campaign against Uighurs.
The latest data from the United States Department of Commerce and the Labor Department paint a nuanced picture.
Former Minneapolis police officer, convicted of the death of George Floyd, used a neck restraint on 14-year-old boy.
Residents of Ontario’s Peel region, hard-hit by coronavirus, express muted interest in upcoming federal vote.
The lawsuit says mass interception and searching of citizens’ international communications are unconstitutional.
French FM says US-UK-Australia defence deal was a ‘stab in the back’, as he draws parallels between Biden and Trump.
Report by Colorado official found Aurora police had culture of treating Black people differently to white people.
First private SpaceX flight reaches orbit with two contest winners, a healthcare worker and their rich sponsor on board.
Flight marks the debut of SpaceX owner Elon Musk’s new orbital tourism business, tickets for crew reportedly cost $200m.
Australia will get nuclear-powered submarines as part of the deal, dubbed AUKUS, seen as an attempt to counter China.
It is the first time in 60 years of human spaceflight that no professional astronaut is aboard an orbit-bound rocket.