Julie Bishop says she's confident the US and China are engaged in "very serious dialogue" about North Korea.
Sergei Lavrov claims the Obama administration invented allegations Moscow interfered in the US election race to poison US-Russia relations.
A lawsuit filed against the city of St Louis accuses police of misconduct during three days of public protest last week.
Three days after a major earthquake hit Mexico City, rescuers are winding down the search for survivors in collapsed buildings.
Donald Trump is yet to decide on a set of proposed travel restrictions, with his ban on citizens from six mainly Muslim countries soon to expire.
Bill Clinton is drawing on his knowledge to write a thriller about a missing president, with the novel already catching the eye of television producers.
Hurricane Maria has lashed the Turks and Caicos Islands and killed at least 25 people on Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands.
Kim Jong Un has used an old English word "dotard" to insult President Donald Trump, essentially calling his rival senile.
North Korea says it may test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean, 24 hours after Donald Trump threatened to destroy the reclusive nation.
Cable companies are investigating after an emergency alert told Californian viewers that "in the last days, extremely violent times will come".
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says he is going to make political advertising on the social networking site more transparent.
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