Tiger Woods was traveling more than 40 miles per hour (64kph) above the speed limit when he lost control of his car, causing the crash that severely injured him in February, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.
Covid-19 related deaths worldwide have crossed 3 million, according to a Reuters tally, as the latest global resurgence of infections is challenging vaccination efforts across the globe.
Qantas and Jetstar will operate up to 122 return flights per week across the Tasman when the quarantine-free bubble starts.
Harvey Weinstein has asked an appeals court to throw out his conviction for sexual assault and rape and grant a new trial, saying the trial judge made errors that denied him an impartial jury.
Floods and landslides triggered by a tropical cyclone in a cluster of islands in southeast Indonesia and East Timor have killed at least 76 people and displaced thousands, officials say.
British PM Boris Johnson says everyone in England will be able to take a Covid-19 test twice a week to track the pandemic as society reopens and the vaccine rollout continues at its rapid rate.
The half-brother and former heir of Jordan's King Abdullah, Prince Hamza, liaised with foreign parties over a plot to destabilise the country and has been investigated for some time, the deputy...
South Korea's LG Electronics will wind down its loss-making mobile division after failing to find a buyer - a move set to make it the first major smartphone brand to withdraw from the market.
A motorist rammed a vehicle into US Capitol police and brandished a knife, killing one officer and injuring another, forcing the Capitol complex to lock down in an attack that police said did not immediately appear to be terrorism-related.
Authorities are ending a lockdown in Brisbane today after reporting just one new coronavirus case in Queensland, easing fears of a widespread outbreak.
A British police officer has been found guilty of membership of a banned neo-Nazi group and owning extremist material, becoming Britain's first serving policeman to be convicted of a terrorism offence.
Data was withheld from WHO investigators who travelled to China to research the origins of the Covid-19 epidemic, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has revealed.
Shipping is on the move again in Egypt's Suez Canal after tugs refloated a giant container ship which had been blocking the channel for almost a week.
Billionaire Petr Kellner, the wealthiest man in the Czech Republic, is one of five people who were killed in a helicopter crash in Alaska at the weekend.
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The stranded container ship blocking the Suez Canal for almost a week has been refloated and had its engines restarted, raising expectations the vital waterway will soon be reopened.
Greater Brisbane has been ordered into a snap three-day lockdown after four more coronavirus cases emerged in the community.
Myanmar security forces have killed 114 people, including children, in a brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in the bloodiest day of violence since last month's military coup began.
Efforts to dislodge a giant container ship blocking the Suez Canal have allowed its stern and rudder to move, but it remains unclear when it can be refloated, the head of the canal authority says.