British Prime Minister David Cameron warned Friday he would not pay an "unacceptable" bill for 2.1 billion euros ($2.6 billion) that the European Union had...
Security agencies are reportedly set to investigate if any Muslims who recently left Australia for the Mecca pilgrimage have joined terror groups overseas.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will tell a Christian political conference he supports gay marriage.
Labor leader Bill Shorten will address the Australian Christian Lobby conference, telling delegates he supports gay marriage.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott will meet the premiers in mid-2015 for progress talks on better co-operation and service delivery.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says a state memorial service will be held on November 5 to commemorate Gough Whitlam's service to the nation.
The IS attack on the Syrian border town of Kobane has stalled, the US military says, but the jihadists continue to take fresh ground elsewhere.
Australian Federal Police will consider whether any commonwealth laws were broken over an alleged porn ring involving Victorian MPs and advisers.
Peter Cosgrove has paid tribute to the Australian servicemen and servicewomen in the Middle East and Afghanistan during a two-day visit to the region.
China welcomes Australia taking part in the formation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, even if it's not a founding member.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says extra security measures are vital to ensure Australia does not have an attack similar to what happened in Canada.
A reported government retreat on education reforms to get deregulated university fees through the Senate is "completely false", says Christopher Pyne.