Articles By Reissa Su

Some Of Bitcoin Enthusiast Mike Caldwell's Coins Are Pictured At His Office In Sandy, Utah

From Society 11:41 am

Bitcoin Now Taxable in Australia Under New ATO Rules

The Australian Tax Office has ruled that Bitcoin transactions must be subject to goods and services tax.

An Air New Zealand Plane Flies Over Mount Victoria

From Society 9:36 am

New Zealand Beaches At Risk For Poor Water Quality; Swimmers Advised to Obey Caution Signs

New Zealand's beaches were rated based on water quality including acceptable bacteria levels.

The Apple logo is pictured at a retail store in the Marina neighborhood in San Francisco, California

From Companies 12:25 am

Apple Inc (AAPL) Stock Positive Growth To Continue in 2015; Analysts Mixed On Apple Watch Performance

The positive growth of Apple stock is expected to continue as analysts predict strong iPhone 6 demand to continue despite mixed forecasts on Apple Watch.

Sony Pictures Entertainment Co-Chairman Amy Pascal poses during the premiere of "The Interview" in Los Angeles

From Politics & Policy 12:09 am

US Planning International Cyberattack Response With Aid of Australia, New Zealand, UK

The United States government is consulting with Australia, New Zealand, UK, China and other countries in the fight against international cyberattacks.

Israeli soldiers patrol outside the northern Gaza Strip

From Society 3:18 pm

ISIS Threat Prompts Israel To Boost Border Defences, ISIS and Al-Nusra Planning 'Black Winter' in Lebanon

News of militant groups based in Israel pledging their allegiance to ISIS has prompted the IDF to boost its defences along borders to protect civilians.

Smoke and sand are seen following an Israeli air strike in Gaza August 25, 2014.

From Politics & Policy Dec 22

Russia 'Planning' War in Israel Says Official; Putin Notes Rising Foreign Spy Activities

Russia may be planning to ignite a war in Israel with the help of Hezbollah. A French official who refused to be named revealed the alleged plot.

Russian President Vladimir Putin At Russia's Far Eastern Gold Mining Center Of Magadan

From Politics & Policy Dec 19

Russian Military Coup Fears Emerge Amid Rouble Collapse; Putin Laughs Off Alleged Threat

As Russia's economic security grows, fears of a military coup have emerged to topple

Smoke raises behind an Islamic State flag after Iraqi security forces and Shiite fighters took control of Saadiya in Diyala province from Islamist State militants, November 24, 2014.

From Society Dec 19

ISIS War to Last 3 Years More; Israel Border May Be Under Threat As ISIS Expands Scope

A U.S. general has revealed that the war with ISIS will continue for at least 3 years as terror group expands near Israel's border.

New Zealand Dollar

From Economy Dec 19

New Zealand's Economy Soaring High As Kiwi Moves Close to Parity With Australian Dollar

New Zealand's economy is growing faster than expected with the Kiwi moving closer to parity with the Australian currency.

Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop talks to journalists

From Society Dec 19

Australia's Julie Bishop Hailed 'Most Intriguing' Person 2014

Australia Foreign Minister Julie Bishop rose to the top of WHO magazine's list of Most Intriguing People 2014.