Journalists in the White House press corps have accused the President of avoiding scrutiny by only calling on sympathetic outlets in press conferences.
Ryan Woo and Josephine Mason As many as 79 people died from H7N9 bird flu in China last month, the government said, stoking worries that the spread of the virus this season could be the worst on record.
Paul McGeough This town often gets way ahead of the game, but the credentials of some conjuring up the dark days of Watergate are not to be sneezed at.
Lindsay Murdoch The bizarre assassination of the banished son of the late North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il in Malaysia raises more questions than answers.
We've had Malcolm Trumble and Joe Trudeau. So how would Sean Spicer say your name?
Nick Miller A widely-reported, inflammatory news story about a "rioting sex mob" of immigrants assaulting women on New Years Eve in Frankfurt has been exposed as a hoax.
Jewel Topsfield Jakartans are expected to return to the polls in a showdown between the polarising incumbent and former education minister after neither candidate won a majority.
Paul McGeough First, they brought us fake news; and then, alternative facts. Now, compliments of the Trump administration, we bring you "instinctive correctness".
Nick Miller Rolf Harris faces a new trial on three charges of indecent assault, after a jury last week failed to reach a verdict.
Jewel Topsfield Candidate Agus Yudhoyono has lashed out at "extraordinarily cruel" claims his father framed someone for murder, which he said had been timed for the eve of the election.