These days it is not so uncommon to meet people who say they predicted Donald Trump was going to win well before the shock election.
Nick O'Malley is a senior writer and a former US correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Declaring that Australia is in the midst of an energy crisis, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said he will call together the chief executives of east coast gas companies to address the threat to their customers.
The handling of the Fox News scandal will prove vital for James and Lachlan Murdoch.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has described the economic transition currently worrying global markets as ultimately "a good thing" in comments to a Washington audience.
China will write the rules for trans-Pacific trade if the United States doesn't, President says.
Hillary Clinton's seemingly explosive comments about the Trans-Pacific Partnership are not that convincing, but are they a blow to Australia?
Pacific trade ministers reach a deal on the most sweeping trade liberalisation pact in a generation.
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Republicans immediately declare their opposition, with some state governors expected to challenge plan in the courts.
News that Rupert Murdoch was ceding some control of his empire to his sons, Lachlan and James, was met with immediate social media speculation that Fox News might be tamed, with significant consequences for the coming presidential election.