Gracie Piscopo speaks out after partner Andre Rebelo is charged with murdering his mother inside a million-dollar Perth home

Instagram star and model Gracie Piscopo has broken her silence after partner was charged with the murder of his mother. Andre Rebelo was taken into custody after his mother was found dead inside a Perth home in 2020. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Detectives speak out about Andre Rebelo’s murder charge. Watch the latest news and … Read more

Live updates: Chris Bowen releases Australia’s first climate statement

Chris Bowen, the federal minister for climate change, is releasing Australia’s first national climate statement in parliament. Follow all of the latest updates with our live blog. live updates Emissions reduction falling short 5m agoThu 1 Dec 2022 at 2:01am By Shiloh Payne The report said to achieve a 43 per cent reduction by 2030 … Read more

House votes to avert rail strike, impose deal on unions

WASHINGTON (AP) — The US House moved urgently to head off the looming nationwide rail strike on Wednesday, passing a bill that would bind companies and workers to a proposed settlement that was reached in September but rejected by some of the 12 unions involved. The measure passed by a vote of 290-137 and now … Read more

Elite soldiers blast Defence chief Angus Campbell over handling of Afghanistan war crimes report

Veterans’ groups are demanding the Albanese government pull rank on the Defense chief to prevent him revoking medals over command failures in Afghanistan, before any alleged war crimes are proven in court. key points: The SAS and Commando Association say penalties linked to the Brereton Inquiry should be shelved General Angus Campbell has called on … Read more

Anthony Albanese extends olive branch to business groups staunchly opposed to workplace law changes

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has told business leaders he does not want disagreement over controversial industrial-relations changes to define the relationship between his government and the business community. key points: The Prime Minister says he does not expect everyone to agree with the changes The government’s industrial relations bill is set to pass parliament this … Read more

Inside Biden’s calculated move to buck labor allies in hopes of averting a rail strike

CNN 🇧🇷 There were no illusions inside the White House that the decision to call on Congress to impose a negotiated labor agreement on railroad workers and operators would be universally welcomed, several officials said. President Joe Biden’s announcement of the move on Monday was as notable for its 506-word length and detailed, bordering on … Read more

Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker described himself as living in Texas during 2022 campaign speech

CNN 🇧🇷 Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker, facing renewed and growing questions about his residency in the final week of the runoff campaign, described himself during a campaign speech in January as living in Texas and said he decided to run for Georgia’s Senate seat while at his Texas “home,” according to a CNN … Read more

‘Russia Can Lose’ The War, ‘Putin Is Desperate’ Not To Be Defeated: Political Analysts

Russia could face a possible defeat against Ukraine’s military forces as Moscow’s death toll hits 88,000, several political analysts have suggested. Speaking to CNBC on Monday, Tatiana Stanovaya, a nonresident scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and founder and head of political analysis firm R.Politik, said Moscow will likely see mounting military losses … Read more

Government considering range of options to achieve goal of halving smoking rates within 10 years

Flavored cigarettes like menthols would be banned, and new warnings could be printed on cigarettes as part of a wide-ranging raft of reforms pursued by the federal government. key points: Cigarette manufacturers may also have to make them in “unattractive” colors The government wants to halt the smoking rate within the next decade It is … Read more

Kevin Johnson: Missouri executes man who murdered police officer in 2005 after Supreme Court denies request for a stay

CNN 🇧🇷 Kevin Johnson – who murdered a Kirkwood, Missouri, police officer in 2005 but claimed racial bias in his prosecution – was executed Tuesday night by lethal injection. Johnson, 37, was pronounced dead at 7:40 pm CT. He didn’t give a final statement, according to Missouri Department of Corrections spokesperson Karen Pojmann. The execution … Read more