Four Australian companies have made the list of the world's 100 most powerful brands, with the top spot going to technology giant Apple.
Insulation rained down on his head. He could hear glass shattering, walls crumbling and the roof tearing from his one-story home that sits in the shadow of a multiplex here.
India and China are mending ties through trade.
A far-right writer and activist killed himself in front of the altar of Paris's famed Notre Dame Cathedral on Tuesday in an apparent protest against gay marriage, after calling for "spectacular" action to protect France's identity.
A pair of Australian stormchasers, Perth teacher Melissa Marshall and her meteorologist husband, were in Oklahoma City when the tornado swept through.
Is Pope Francis an exorcist? The question has bubbled up ever since Francis laid his hands on the head of a young man in a wheelchair after celebrating Sunday Mass in St. Peter's Square.
Prime Minister David Cameron has been forced to rely on opposition support to rescue his same-sex marriage legislation from defeat in the House of Commons.
Sarah Johnson was forced to rush from her home in Moore to a nearby hospital as the storm raged when her four-year-old daughter, Shellbie, suffered an asthma attack.
Sending Australian artworks to New York or Hong Kong to be displayed for just a few days among thousands of other pieces is no easy feat, but for galleries Roslyn Oxley9 and Sullivan+Strumpf, the effort pays off.
As a massive tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday afternoon, a news helicopter belonging to KFOR, the NBC-affiliated television station nearby, tracked it the whole time, providing a visual exclamation point for the meteorologists who were warning residents to seek shelter.