Nick O'Malley is the United States correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Nick O'Malley and Michael Idato A media scrum at the apartment occupied by the suspected San Bernardino shooters has shocked experts.
Nick O'Malley The FBI has confirmed it is now treating the mass killing in San Bernardino as terrorism after reports surfaced that one of the suspects had pledged her allegiance to the Islamic State before the...
Nick O'Malley The first officer to enter the conference centre where 14 had been killed and 21 injured was measured, solemn as he described a scene of what he called unspeakable carnage.
San Bernardino California shooting: motive a mystery as Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik confirmed dead
Nick O'Malley As investigators at the site of a mass shooting in San Bernardino, an hour from Los Angeles, worked through the night, Americans came to terms with the terrible scale of yet another mass shooting,...
Nick O'Malley A man and a woman suspected to be involved in the mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, have been killed in a gun battle with police, officials have now confirmed.
Nick O'Malley As the US election season gathers pace, Donald Trump's surprising rise is giving Republicans a lot to worry about.
Nick O'Malley After the Paris attacks, French leader wanted to forge a broader and more co-ordinated coalition to focus on fighting Islamic State in Syria.
Nick O'Malley Presidential candidate wants to restore his fortunes after his ignorance of foreign policy issues was exposed.
Nick O'Malley This week prominent members of one of America's two major parties indulged in a carnival of fear and hate some observers are beginning to see as dangerous.
Nick O'Malley Hillary Clinton charted a more aggressive course against the Islamic State than that of the Obama administration in a foreign policy speech on Thursday.
Nick O'Malley "We don't add religious tests to our compassion," President says.
Nick O'Malley President Barack Obama is facing an insurrection from state governors who are declaring they will refuse to accept refugees from Syria in the wake of the Paris attacks by Islamic State militants.
Nick O'Malley As France continues to count its dead and wounded, and the world comes to terms the scope of the co-ordinated attacks on Paris, talk has turned to war.
Nick O'Malley Billionaire presidential candidate lashes out at all and sundry, including potential supporters, but that won't necessarily hurt him.
Nick O'Malley Outspoken black activism over racism has spread from the Black Lives Matter movement to US university campuses.
Nick O'Malley Pressure on former University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe to resign was coming from all sides, but the pressure that mattered the most came from the Tigers, the University of Missouri football...
Nick O'Malley Candidates have no problems dealing with easy questions and format gets approval from Republican party boss.
Nick O'Malley Professor of mass media asks for "muscle" to deal with reporter who wanted to interview her.
Nick O'Malley The involvement of police officers in schools in disciplining students has led to minority children being criminalised for trivial actions.
Nick O'Malley China will write the rules for trans-Pacific trade if the United States doesn't, President says.