Tension Still High Between Australia's Government, Facebook
In response to regulations, Facebook blocked all news from appearing on the site in Australia.
Tension between Australia and Facebook continues.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the country will move forward with new laws regulating sites like Facebook.
Those laws would force Facebook to pay news outlets for content on the site.
Facebook blocked Australians from sharing news stories on Thursday.
Some 230 Whales Beached In Tasmania; Rescue Efforts Underway
The entrance to Macquarie Harbour is a notoriously shallow and dangerous channel known as Hell's Gate.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation / AP
5 Dead After New Zealand Boat Flips In Possible Whale Strike
The mayor says the water was dead calm at the time of the accident and the assumption was that a whale had surfaced from beneath the boat.By AP Photo
Australia Flood Threat Moves North As Sydney Area Emergency Eases
Evacuation orders and official warnings to abandon homes were given to 60,000 people Thursday — down from 85,000 —in the New South Wales province.By State Emergency Service via AP
Aaron Judge Lands 9-Year, $360M Deal To Remain With New York Yankees
The free agent slugger will return to New York for $40 million per season, the highest average annual payout for a position player in the MLB.By FrankFranklin II / AP
Colorado Gay Club Shooting Suspect Charged With Hate Crimes
Of the 48 hate crime charges, 27 counts involve injuries and 21 involve people fearing injury or property damage.By Thomas Peipert / AP
Germany Police Arrest 25 People On Suspicion Of Planning Armed Coup
Federal prosecutors said some 3,000 officers conducted "anti-terrorism" raids at 130 sites across 11 of Germany's 16 states.By Michael Probst / AP