Police searching for man last seen in flooded Logan suburb - Brisbane Times

A search continues for a missing man last seen in a Logan suburb before it was flooded. Nelson Raebel, 77, was last seen about 4.30pm on Friday near Eagleby Road in Eagleby, south of Brisbane, and later failed to return home. Play Video. Replay Video.

Trump ups pressure on global trade 'cheaters' - SBS

US President Donald Trump on Friday vowed to root out unfair trade practices around the world and target countries that contribute to America's substantial trade deficit. Source: AFP. 1 Apr 2017 - 9:03 AM UPDATED 8 MINS AGO ...

Clinton knocks Trump for proposing cuts to US diplomacy - SBS

Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, slowly emerging from post-election seclusion, slammed President Donald Trump Friday for proposing budget cuts to US diplomacy and foreign aid, calling it a 'grave mistake'. Source: AFP. 1 Apr 2017 - 8:41 AM ...

Kim Kardashian Jealous Of Khloe's Body? Plans To Outshine Her Amid Hair Debut - The Inquisitr

Kim Kardashian is reportedly jealous of people saying that her sister, Khloe, has the best body. The reality star is allegedly planning to outshine her just as she makes her new, short hair debut on Friday.

Latest WikiLeaks dump exposes CIA methods to mask malware - PCWorld

WikiLeaks may have dealt another blow to the CIA's hacking operations by releasing files that allegedly show how the agency was masking its malware attacks. On Friday, the site dumped the source code to the Marble Framework, a set of anti-forensic ...

'13 Reasons Why': Selena Gomez Netflix Series Scores Rave Reviews - The Inquisitr

Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Jay Asher, it tells the story of teenager Clay Jensen and his quest for answers into why his classmate and crush Hannah ended her life. Part coming-of-age story and part teen mystery/thriller, the ...

Juan Mata has groin surgery and could miss rest of Manchester United's season - Fox Sports

In three seasons at the Red Devils, the 28-year-old Spaniard has never missed a game due to injury. However, his season could now be over, according to Manchester Evening News. Mata reportedly trained earlier in the week but complained his groin was ...

Give Flynn immunity in 'witch hunt': Trump - Sky News Australia

US President Donald Trump is backing a decision by his former national security adviser to seek immunity in congressional investigations of possible ties between his campaign and Russia, but there's no immediate sign the request would be granted.

Western Bulldogs v Sydney Swans: Deliberate rushed behind call against Mills sparks confusion - The Age

A contentious deliberate rushed behind decision paid against Sydney's Callum Mills late in the final quarter of a gripping grand final re-match against the Western Bulldogs has left AFL coaches, players and fans confused about the interpretation of the ...

How To Kill The 5 Toughest Enemies in Breath of the Wild - Paste Magazine

It's fitting that the latest game in the Legend of Zelda series is called Breath of the Wild—the elements and animals are arguably the toughest parts of the game. As Link travels across Hyrule there are a number of tough enemies he'll meet, and ...

Second body found in Debbie floods - Courier Mail

AT least two people have died and around 20,000 more have been ordered to leave their homes after ex-Cyclone Debbie brought heavy rainfall and flooding to large parts of NSW. The NSW State Emergency Service rescued 36 people overnight, and deputy ...

April Fools' Day 2017: the best (and worst) pranks - The Verge

April 1st — a day colloquially known as “April Fools' Day” or “the worst holiday ever” — isn't even until tomorrow, but because the month of April starts on a Saturday this year, all the #brands are already out in force to pollute the internet ...

2003 allegation of self-harm surfaces against Sherri Papini, mom in kidnap case - CBS News

SACRAMENTO — The Redding, California mother of two who claimed she was kidnapped while out on a jog last year was previously reported to law enforcement by her family, according to police reports originally obtained by The Sacramento Bee.

Five Thoughts After Playing Destiny For The First Time In Months - Kotaku

Over the last two and a half years, I've played more than 1,000 hours of Destiny. Over the last five months, I've barely played any. This week I returned to the game, and let me tell you, it is no small feat to climb back into a game you used to play ...

Morgan fires as Cowboys roll Rabbitohs - The Sunshine Coast Daily

JOHNATHAN Thurston declared Queensland would "pick and stick” with Michael Morgan after the classy Cowboys pivot played through the pain barrier to sink South Sydney. Under pressure from Broncos rival Anthony Milford for his Origin spot, Morgan ...

Does Samsung Galaxy S8 bungle biometrics with insecure facial recognition? - New Atlas

On the Galaxy S8 and S8+, Samsung included not one, not two, but three biometric ways to unlock your phone: the fingerprint sensor, iris scanner and face recognition. Of these, Samsung touted the latter – face recognition – as a faster and more ...

Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey is leaving Facebook. Here's what he could do next - CNBC

Palmer Luckey's departure Thursday from Facebook and Oculus, the virtual reality company he co-founded in 2012, was sudden, but not entirely unexpected. With the exception of his appearance in a Dallas, TX courtroom in January, he has been largely ...

US increases N. Korean sanctions - Courier Mail

The United States has sanctioned 11 North Koreans and one North Korean company for their links to the country's weapons programs, banks and commodities trade, the US Treasury says. Treasury said on Friday the individuals sanctioned were working as ...

Government secures tax cut breakthrough - Sky News Australia

Welfare recipients will get a one-off payment to help them cover their power bills under a deal between the coalition and Nick Xenophon Team to deliver a tax cut to businesses with turnovers under $50 million. The last-minute agreement, which also ...

For Ecuador's disabled, presidential front-runner is a 'brother in pain' - Miami Herald

Selena Flores inched her wheelchair through a crowd of chanting and banner-waving supporters in the hope of catching a glimpse of the man she calls her “brother in pain” — presidential front-runner Lenín Moreno. Moreno, 64, has been paraplegic since a ...