Australian heatwave set to worsen as fires rage Firefighters try to contain wildfires in the Stoneville area, a suburb east of Perth in the state of Western Australia ... fires in neighbouring Victoria where players at the Australian Open fainted and vomited in blistering conditions. 01/13/2016 - 1:01 pm | View Link
WA fires: Harvey set for evacuation as Waroona fires burn out-of-control The WA town of Harvey is set to be evacuated as a bushfire that already destroyed Yarloop continues to rage out-of-control ... Vision courtesy of 9 News Perth. Harvey, with its population of 25,000 people, has been on emergency alert since Thursday ... 01/7/2016 - 2:38 pm | View Link
Australian bush fires rage out of control Authorities said more than 80,000 hectares of land, and two houses and farm buildings, had been destroyed acros the area known as the South West, stretching from Perth southwards. Fire warnings were in place in districts from the Shire of Beverley ... 02/4/2015 - 8:16 pm | View Link
Fires rage near country towns who was in Perth. She said she heard someone calling for help just before she evacuated. “I went and looked to see what was going and then saw flames and smoke,” she said. “Then all the fire engines came.” The Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup has up to ... 01/9/2015 - 12:21 am | View Link
Morning Mail: South Australia fires, Queensland election, NZ quake, Kid Rock and Russell Crowe Guardian Australia’s morning news briefing from around the web • More than two dozen homes have been destroyed as South Australia’s worst bushfires since the 1983 Ash Wednesday blaze continue to rage in the ... on Sunday. • Perth melted yesterday ... 01/5/2015 - 9:00 am | View Link
Quality of Life in Perth, Australia Now the mining boom is over many Perth residents who were FIFOs (fly in fly out) workers in the mining industry are finding life is very different. 05/19/2016 - 3:49 am | View Website
Perth road rage attack shows 4WD ram into a Ute from ... A shocking road rage attack which saw a 4WD ramming into a ute 14 times has been caught on camera. Witnesses driving along Perth's Roe Highway on Thursday captured a ... 04/22/2016 - 4:28 am | View Website
Tasmanian beekeepers suffer setbacks as fires rage in the ... Nicola Charles, managing director of Blue Hills Honey, which has lost 80 per cent of its harvest because of the fire around Mawbanna. Picture: CHRIS KIDD ... 02/17/2016 - 6:54 am | View Website
WA bushfires: Latest alerts, warnings A FIRE alert for the region south of Perth that has been ravaged by a deadly bushfire has again been downgraded. Fire crews have battled through the night and now ... 01/6/2016 - 6:00 pm | View Website
Did Jennifer Lawrence accidentally pop an Ambien before filming a scene for The Hunger Games? Did John Oliver make Queen Elizabeth a feta omelette as a teenage chef? And did Jimmy Fallon really write a song called "Am I Doing It Wrong?" and offer it to Sir Paul McCartney free of charge?
On Monday in Los Angeles, Bernie Sanders sat down with The Associated Press and talked about the ongoing tensions in the Democratic primary fight and the future of the Democratic Party. "It goes without saying that I condemn all forms of violence, but I hope the media does its job and not exaggerate what happened in Nevada and elsewhere," he said, alluding to raucous fights between Sanders supporters and Democratic officials.
Sanders repeated his assertion that the leadership of the Democratic Party has a choice to make about welcoming in his supporters or just going "to fancy fundraisers, at, you know, $50,000 a plate" and shutting the door on dedicated Sanders fans.
Facebook's general counsel announced Monday that while Facebook was "unable to substantiate" allegations of "politically motivated suppression of particular subjects or sources" in its Trending Topics feature, the company is changing some of its policies to "minimize risks where human judgment is involved."
Facebook leaders met with prominent conservatives and Sen.
The Obama administration has deals in place to send about 22 or 23 Guantanamo Bay detainees to half a dozen countries, U. S. officials told The Guardian.
The officials, who asked for anonymity, said the transfers are expected to take place by the end of July. All of the detainees have been officially approved for transfer, although the countries where they are going are not ready to be identified and some approvals still need to be certified by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter.