World headlines with summaries.
US Senator Bernie Sanders has won the New Hampshire presidential nominating contest after Hillary Clinton conceded, while US media is projecting Donald Trump will win for the Republicans.
OPINION: As North Korea tests its long-range rocket, Toby & Toby are left wondering what cushion-faced dictator Kim Jong-un will do next.
In New Hampshire, where voting has started in a key American presidential primary, Jane Patterson is caught up in a Bernie Sanders media scrum.
The cultivation of cannabis for medical or scientific purposes may become legal in Australia with legistlation to be introduced by the Federal Government today.
A Florida man is facing charges of aggravated assault after allegedly throwing an alligator into a fast-food restaurant.
Perth has recorded temperatures over 40°C for three days in a row, melting a record for February which has stood for more than 50 years.
As the race for party nominations continues, Jane Patterson talks to Bishop Orrin K Pullings about the role of race in this year's elections. (AUDIO)
At least nine people have been killed in a head-on collision between two trains in southern Germany.
A meteorite has been blamed for the death of an Indian man. If confirmed it would be the first such case in recorded history.
Apple is facing a backlash from customers over a software update that disables iPhone 6 handsets if it detects repairs by third-party technicians. (COMMENTS)
At least 27 refugees and migrants - including 11 children - have died off the Turkish coast trying to reach the Greek island of Lesbos, Turkish media say.
Beyoncé Knowles' new single, complete with a charged political message, has triggered a predictable tweetstorm. Megan Whelan walks through the chatter. (VIDEO)
As voters get ready to cast their ballots, Jane Patterson reports from one of Donald Trump's latest rallies in New Hampshire. (COMMENTS)
Clergy in Australia are offering sanctuary to asylum seekers who face being sent back to the Nauru detention centre, even if authorities come to knock the doors down. (AUDIO)
Increased air pollution around the world is giving rise to a bizarre new industry known as air farming where bottled fresh air is sold to consumers at a premium.
United Nations human rights investigators have accused the Syrian government of systematically torturing tens of thousands of its opponents.
A white Chicago police officer who killed a black teenager is suing his family for $US10 million, claiming emotional distress.
A leopard which entered a school in the Indian city of Bangalore injured six people trying to capture it.
Brooklyn has been named film of the year at the London Evening Standard British Film Awards, it is produced Wellington-born Finola Dwyer.
The UN Security Council has strongly condemned North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket.