The US accounts for almost a quarter of the the global economy - to the world what Victoria is to Australia. We need Joe Biden to win the US election for the same reason we need Dan Andrews to suppress the virus in Victoria. A Biden administration would take the pandemic seriously.
- by George Megalogenis
The Trump travelling sideshow is unshackled again and the President's rhetoric reaching its most extreme to the delight of his supporters.
- by Heath Gilmore
The interview, which the US President described as "fake" and "biased," shows CBS News journalist Leslie Stahl asking him challenging questions.
- by Jeremy Barr and Elahe Izadi
Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans have powered past a Democratic boycott to advance Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate.
- by Lisa Mascaro and Mary Clare Jalonick
In this episode, climate and environment editor Nick O'Malley is joined by US correspondent Matthew Knott to discuss the dying days of the 2020 US election.
- by Nick O'Malley
China is one of only three foreign nations — the others are Britain and Ireland — where Trump maintains a bank account, according to The New York Times
People are driving for hours to attend the only live events happening on this scale in much of the United States.
- by Matthew Knott
"Fauci is a disaster. If I listened to him, we’d have 500,000 deaths," the US President said in a conference call with campaign workers.
- by Jeff Mason and Steve Holland
Dr Anthony Fauci, who has been one of the most trusted voices in the US during the health crisis, gave an extensive interview on 60 Minutes.
- by Katie Shepherd
New infections have been rising fast in the United States, with more than 69,400 reported on Friday, up from 46,000 a month ago.
- by Doina Chiacu
The US President's superpower is dragging everyone into the gutter. But are Americans ghoulish for allowing themselves even the slightest pleasure in his virus misfortune?
- by Amelia Lester