Nick O'Malley is the United States correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Nick O'Malley Benjamin Netanyahu used his controversial address to Congress to paint a dystopian vision of an Iran acting as a nuclear-armed IS terrorising the world.
Nick O'Malley Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Barack Obama have traded barbs in the capital ahead of the former's speech to Congress.
Tamir Rice case: Cleveland mayor apologises after city claims 12-year-old to blame for his own police shooting death
Nick O'Malley The video, though silent and impersonal, remains chilling.
Nick O'Malley Having provoked a diplomatic row with the Obama administration, Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, told an audience of thousands in Washington, DC, that the relationship between the...
Nick O'Malley Fracking brought quick money to Oklahoma, but the state's once dormant seismic activity has awakened with a vengeance since the drilling started.
Nick O'Malley The annual gathering of young conservatives at the Gaylord National Convention Centre in Washington, DC, marks the unofficial start of the Republican Party’s primary race.
Nick O'Malley Israeli Prime Minister says major powers have "given up" on preventing an Iranian nuclear weapon.
Nick O'Malley With his attack on the President last week, Rudy Giuliani has cozied up to the uglier elements of America’s right wing.
Nick O'Malley Alabama woman Rosa Parks sparked the civil rights movement with her bus seat protest; the city's chief justice is standing up against what he perceives to be a tyranny of a different order.
Nick O'Malley The careful words the White House uses to describe the jihadist threat pale in comparison with Islamic State's horror videos and online propaganda.
Nick O'Malley Former Florida governor Jeb Bush has at once embraced his family’s legacy in the White House while distancing himself from some policies of his brother and father in a major foreign policy...
Nick O'Malley Joking that the only future for a former Australian prime minister was political exile in the United States, Kevin Rudd has made his first appearance as the inaugural president of the Asia Society...
Nick O'Malley The Republican Party has used its new dominance in Congress to overwhelmingly approve the construction of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline to transport tar sands oil from Canada through the...
Nick O'Malley United States President Barack Obama has at once flagged the possibility of unleashing US special forces troops against Islamic State militants while ruling out an American ground war.
Nick O'Malley An international system of law based on nation states is the best way to build peaceful and prosperous societies, Foreign Minister says.
Nick O'Malley Mr Obama was buoyant and aggressive, reminding some of his supporters more of the man they elected in 2008 than the defensive leader he had become since.
Nick O'Malley On Tuesday night Barack Obama will give his seventh State of the Union address, an institution of both high theatrics and, according to some observers, high farce.
Nick O'Malley, United States Correspondent, Boston Two years after a foot race became a bloodbath, an accused terrorist is on trial for his life, writes Nick O’Malley in Boston.
Nick O'Malley Last January Mitt Romney was asked if he would consider running for the White House again. "Oh, no, no, no. No, no, no, no, no. No, no, no." he said - but now he's reconsidering.