Mega Buzz: Is S.H.I.E.L.D. Going to Become Overrun with Superheroes?

Mega Buzz: Is S.H.I.E.L.D. Going to Become Overrun with Superheroes?

Every week, Inhumans seem to play a bigger and bigger role in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. mythology. But don't worry: According to executive producer Jeffrey Bell, the ABC drama isn't going to become overrun by characters with superpowers any time soon.Check out all this week's Mega Buzz scoop!"

Can Adelaide sustain this hotel building boom?

Can Adelaide sustain this hotel building boom?

ANOTHER day, another announcement of a new hotel. But does Adelaide have too many? Can the city sustain it?
'A recipe born of love and necessity'

'A recipe born of love and necessity'

THE first Anzac biscuits were long-distance messages of love and care. But guess how the Diggers used them when they arrived, hard and inedible? Plus, Maggie Beer’s recipe for the perfect Anzac Day bite.
Family, friends remember Norwood Flats shooting victim

Family, friends remember Norwood Flats shooting victim

Family and long-time friends of Garry Godson told CTV News, the man shot to death early Monday morning led a troubled life.
Major: Labour-SNP Govt A 'Recipe For Mayhem'

Major: Labour-SNP Govt A 'Recipe For Mayhem'

A minority Labour government propped up by SNP votes would be a "recipe for mayhem", Sir John Major is expected to warn later.
6 Baltimore police officers suspended amid investigation of suspect's fatal spine injury

6 Baltimore police officers suspended amid investigation of suspect's fatal spine injury

Baltimore's mayor, police officials, and prosecutor sought to calm their city Monday, while six officers were suspended as authorities investigated how a suspect suffered a fatal spine injury in police custody last week.
Grocers call for controls on duopoly

Grocers call for controls on duopoly

THE government should take on the supermarket duopoly to make it harder for large companies to crush smaller ones, say independent grocers.
Dancing with the Stars: Who Got Sent Home?

Dancing with the Stars: Who Got Sent Home?

It may be rainy and cold here in New York, but it's Spring Break week on Dancing with the Stars. Can you smell that salty sea air?We also get our first team dances of the season. And we get forewarned that two couples will be going home next week, when the Tuesday night results shows return.Who will
Third charge after Melbourne raid

Third charge after Melbourne raid

Police in Australia charge a third teenager, Harun Causevic, with terrorism-related offences after weekend raids in Melbourne.
Mindfulness 'option for depression'

Mindfulness 'option for depression'

A mindfulness-based therapy could provide a "new choice for millions of people" with recurrent depression, a study in the Lancet says.
House price growth to slow in 2016

House price growth to slow in 2016

The national growth in house prices is tipped to hit 4.4 per cent by the end of 2015, before moderating next year.
Z Energy hits back at petrol price cynics

Z Energy hits back at petrol price cynics

Z Energy has hit back at cynics who suspect petrol companies of being quick to raise prices when the price of oil increases and slow to drop prices when it falls.
AC/DC drummer's kill threat just an 'angry call': lawyer

AC/DC drummer's kill threat just an 'angry call': lawyer

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd on Tuesday made a surprise guilty plea on a charge of threatening to kill, with his lawyer describing the veteran rocker's offence as...
Was Rumer Willis' 'Bootylicious' Dancing With the Stars Dance Too Raunchy?

Was Rumer Willis' "Bootylicious" Dancing With the Stars Dance Too Raunchy?

On Dancing With the Stars Season 20, Week 6, Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy were given Jazz. The week's theme? Spring Break. Their song? "Bootylicious." The result? A whole lot of butt shaking, because really, what else would you expect? Still, judge Len Goodman said he wasn't into all the rau
Rangers shut down Penguins 2-1 to reclaim momentum

Rangers shut down Penguins 2-1 to reclaim momentum

Henrik Lundqvist stopped 23 shots and the New York Rangers regained control of their first-round series against the Pittsburgh Penguins with a 2-1 win in Game 3 on Tuesday night.
U.S. Navy sends two more warships near Yemen as conflict escalates

U.S. Navy sends two more warships near Yemen as conflict escalates

The United States said on Monday it had sent two more warships into the waters near Yemen, heightening its military presence in the area as concerns grow over the country’s civil war.

The U.S. Navy sent an aircraft carrier and a guided missile cruiser from the Gulf into the Arabian Sea
Rocked By Migrants Deaths, Europe Debates Boosting Rescue Operation

Rocked By Migrants Deaths, Europe Debates Boosting Rescue Operation

Italy has proposed targeted attacks against people smugglers in Libya to counter the flow of migrants to its southern shores. Rescuers are still searching for survivors and bodies following the capsizing of a migrant boat Sunday, which was carrying up to 900 people. That incident -- one of the worst
Alleged Anzac plot teen held in toughest prison

Alleged Anzac plot teen held in toughest prison

THE third teenager charged over an alleged Anzac Day terror plot is being held in maximum security at Victoria’s toughest prison.
The Pulitzer for local reporting befits the mission

The Pulitzer for local reporting befits the mission

Local news matters. It's what drives Los Angeles News Group reporters and editors and defines our mission in the communities we serve -- a company-wide commitment that has been recognized with journalism's highest honor, the Pulitzer Prize.
Hillary's Campaign Chair John Podesta Dismisses Allegations By New Book As 'Nothing New'

Hillary's Campaign Chair John Podesta Dismisses Allegations By New Book As 'Nothing New'

WASHINGTON -- John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, dismissed allegations of influence peddling at the Clinton Foundation made in a book scheduled for release early next month. Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses
Royal Watchers Set For Baby Number Two

Royal Watchers Set For Baby Number Two

Devoted royal watchers are gathering outside the hospital in central London where the Duchess of Cambridge is due to have her second child.
Now Google lets you save your search history

Now Google lets you save your search history

Google will allow users to download their search history — a handy tool if you've ever wanted a closer look at what really makes you tick online The details of the functionality are outlined in a Google support document, which breaks down exactly how anyone can save their list of searches Se
US Republican Jeb Bush to Visit Germany, Estonia, Poland

US Republican Jeb Bush to Visit Germany, Estonia, Poland

Republican Jeb Bush will visit three U.S. allies, Germany, Poland and Estonia, in early June to get a first-hand view of European economic and security challenges as he explores a run for his party's presidential nomination in 2016, a Bush aide said on Monday. Foreign policy has been growing in

AC/DC drummer Rudd pleads guilty

Phil Rudd, drummer with Australian hard rock group AC/DC, unexpectedly pleads guilty at a New Zealand court to making threats to kill.

AMD Accidentally Reveals Windows 10 Launch Date

During a recent investors call it appears the CEO of AMD, Lisa Su, accidentally revealed the launch window of Windows 10: it's late July. The news basically gives software enthusiasts, companies and gamers an idea of when Microsoft's latest operating system will be released.

Captain, 1st mate of migrant ship arrested on suspicion of people trafficking

Italian authorities have arrested the Tunisian captain and a Syrian crew member of Sunday's migrant boat disaster on suspicion of people trafficking after the men arrived in the Sicilian port of Catania.

Cyclonic conditions pound Central Coast

CATEGORY 2 winds at speeds of up to 135km/h have ripped roofs off homes and brought down large trees as the storm continues to batter the region.

Orchids Paper plans to issue stock to fund new plant in South Carolina

From Staff ReportsPRYOR — Orchids Paper Products Co. plans to issue 1.5 million shares of common stock to fund a new paper mill in Barnwell, S.C., the company said Monday. The facility in South Carolina will include a tissue-paper machine with capacity between 35,000 and 40,000 tons per year and

Scott Walker Tacks Far Right On Immigration

WASHINGTON -- Republicans often rail about undocumented immigrants. But Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, an expected GOP presidential candidate, took it a step further Monday by sounding some critical notes about the number of those who immigrate to the U.S. legally. "In terms of legal immigration,

Dotcom ally arrives to court without a lawyer, applies for legal aid

One of those sought for extradition alongside Kim Dotcom has turned up at a key hearing without a lawyer and the court told an application for legal aid has been made. Finn Batato told the High Court at Auckland today he was representing...

South Carolina Paper Wins Pulitzer for Domestic Violence Series

The New York Times won three prestigious Pulitzer Prizes Monday while a South Carolina newspaper, The Post and Courier, won the Pulitzer for public service for its series on domestic violence against women. The Post and Courier stories explored the deaths of 300 women over the past decade, with

Captain, crew member of capsized migrant boat arrested

Prosecutors said Tuesday they have arrested the Tunisian captain and a Syrian crew member of a boat that capsized off the coast of Libya with hundreds of people aboard in what may be the deadliest migrant tragedy ever.

SingTel seeks to delist from ASX

Singapore Telecom, the owner of Optus, is seeking approval to delist from the ASX due to low trading volume, liquidity and market demand.

Behind Yemen's chaos

American warships were headed to waters off Yemen's coast Monday to block weapons shipments from Iran to its Houthi allies there, raising concerns of a possible engagement. Yet President Obama...

'Stay at home if you can'

THE very latest on Sydney’s ferry, train and road delays as NSW continues to be smashed by storms and heavy rain, with a warning from the NSW Traffic Management Centre.

Aa warns on fraudulent crash claims

Car insurance premiums could "spiral" again unless there is a crackdown on fraudulent claims, the AA has warned. The culture of claiming for non-injury accid...

Anzac Day terror plot third man charged in Melbourne

A tihrd man has been charged with terror offences following raids in Melbourne at the weekend which saw Victorian Police and AFP officers foil an Anzac Day plot, which involved killing police.

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN imagines American view of British Election

Good morning, America, how are ya? This is your favourite son Chad Hanging with another three hours of news you can use. Things are really hotting up across the jolly old pond.

It's so wrong. Fat cats milk the NHS yet doctors like me have to turn away the sick to save cash, wr...

No doubt you read with anger and disbelief the Mail exposé of the astronomical salaries some NHS managers are being given. Anyone who pays into the NHS would feel the same.

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd pleads guilty to 'kill' charges

Veteran AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd made a shock last-minute guilty plea ahead of a trial in New Zealand, in which he was charged with 'threatening to kill'.

The Post's Carol Leonnig wins Pulitzer Prize for Secret Service reporting

The Washington Post's Carol D. Leonnig was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting on Monday for uncovering security lapses within the Secret Service. Executive Editor Martin Baron, Leonnig and others celebrated with speeches in the newsroom.

Scenes from Brazil's Carajás Railway

Take a ride along Brazil's Carajás Railway, which carries a dozen trainloads a day of iron ore from the Amazon to the port of São Luís. Three times a week, it makes room for passengers.

Pulitzer winner Carol Leonnig thanks agents for shedding light on Secret Service lapses

The Washington Post's Carol Leonnig was awarded journalism’s highest honor, the Pulitzer Prize, for her revelations about the Secret Service. She was recognized in the national reporting category in an announcement by Columbia University in New York, which administers the awards.

Captain Arrested Over Migrant Boat Disaster

The captain and a crew member of the migrant boat that sank on Sunday have been arrested on suspicion of people trafficking

'Every woman's living nightmare': 'Night-stalker' rapist jailed for more than 10 years

One of the victims of a "night-stalker" rapist waived her right to anonymity to confront her attacker and accuse him of making her body feel worthless - amid fears that he could have targeted dozens more women.Clive Howard, 57,...

Bella Katz: Anathoth taps into Kiwi expats for Oz growth

According to Australian government statistics, there were 640,770 New Zealanders living in Australia in 2013. There is a bright side to that massive diaspora: New Zealand companies coming into Australia have the advantage of a ready-made...

Utah woman gets up to life in prison in deaths of 6 newborns

PROVO, Utah — A Utah woman who pleaded guilty to killing six of her newborn babies and hiding their bodies in her garage was sentenced to up to life in prison Monday in a case that drew national attention and sent shockwaves through her quiet community. Judge Darold McDade handed down the term fo

Ingraham: Clinton donation scandal "most explosive issue in this campaign to date"

Laura Ingraham told viewers Monday on "Special Report with Bret Baier" that the latest scandal to plague the presidential candidacy of Hillary Clinton may be "the most explosive issue in this campaign to date."

South Africa's Zulu king calls for end to anti-immigrant attacks

The Zulu king whose comments are thought to have sparked a wave of anti-immigrant attacks in South Africa has called for peace and an end to the violence that has killed seven people so far.

Last month, King Goodwill Zwelithini compared immigrants to “lice” that should be removed fro

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty on Being a Role Model

IBM President and CEO Ginni Rometty discusses being a female CEO and a role model for other women. Photo: Steve Remich for The Wall Street Journal

Copyright 2015, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

Business mentor wins Queen's Award

The chief executive of Women's Enterprise Scotland becomes the first Scottish woman to win the Queen's Award for Enterprise Promotion.