VIDEO: Senior Sergeant Tackles Suspect During Media BriefingAustralian Senior Sgt. Daren Edwards was speaking to the media when he heard someone chasing a man in a red sweatshirt.
Snake With 3 Functioning Eyes Found In AustraliaThe three-eyed snake sees all! A snake with three functioning eyes was found in Australia last week.
Anyone Missing A Wallaby? Dallas Woman Finds Animal Hopping Around Her BackyardA woman in Lakewood was surprised to see a wallaby hopping around in her driveway as she got ready for work. 
Not Fake Moos: Australian Steer Deemed Too Big For SlaughterhouseDon't have a cow! One steer in Australia has avoided the slaughterhouse by simply being too big.
WorleyParsons Buying Unit Of Texas-Based Jacobs EngineeringThe Jacobs Engineering Group has announced plans to sell its energy, chemicals and resources unit to Australia-based WorleyParsons Limited for $3.3 billion.
Pilot Blamed For Australian Plane Crash That Killed TexansThe pilot of a plane that crashed last year into an Australian shopping mall, killing him and his four passengers from Texas, didn't properly check the aircraft before takeoff.
Nude Golf Event In Full Swing At Course In AustraliaOn a golf course in northern Australia, everything is swinging. That's because 30 people are playing in the nude. Well, not completely nude. The golfers wear shoes and a hat.
Scientists "Miserable" After World's Oldest Spider Dies At 43The record-breaking arachnid was 15 years older than any other spider scientists have found.
Australian Federal Police Welcomes German Shepherd PuppiesMeet the newest additions to the Australian Federal Police. The agency has welcomed three German shepherd puppies who are getting ready to join the police dog academy for training.
Liz Cambage Returns To WNBA & Signs Deal To Join WingsAustralian center Liz Cambage signed a multiyear contract with the Wings on Monday, returning to the WNBA organization that drafted her seven years ago.
After Huge US Crowds, European Women Join Chorus For ChangeDemonstrations in London, Paris, Sydney and other European and Australian cities followed much larger women's marches held Saturday across the U.S.