The United States has the world's highest rate of children in detention, including more than 100,000 in immigration-related custody that violates international law, the author of a United Nations study says.
Internet-connected devices including smart TVs, watches and speakers will soon be subject to an industry code to protect against cyber attacks.
The Duke of York is facing growing calls to give a formal statement to American authorities examining the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal following his television interview.
Melbourne NRL skipper Cameron Smith is hopeful centre Curtis Scott will stay with the Storm after working so hard to win back his starting centre role.
Exhausted firefighters are working to contain more than 80 fires still burning across Queensland before a severe heatwave brings sweltering conditions.
The peak body for Australian Muslims says it's not surprised by a report that suggests Islamophobic incidents are on the rise, with girls and women the most likely to be abused in public.
A desire to play fullback is part of Latrell Mitchell's willingness to explore other NRL opportunities, according to Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson.
The Morrison government has offered to do individual deals with each state in a bid to further drive down power prices and ensure electricity reliability.
Pakistan's fielding will tell Shane Warne what sort of opposition Australia face in their Test series.
The prime minister has labelled China's decision to ban two members of the Australian government from visiting the country "very disappointing".