Given they clearly don't have time to check, we help our politicians out by pointing out a few of the unusual ways you can become a dual citizen.
Our two most famously helpful former prime ministers have weighed into the possibility of war with North Korea by suggesting we invest in a missile defence system. Are they right this time?
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have been playing a dangerous game of brinkmanship. Can you identify which grandiose, terrifying statement comes from which egomaniac?
Malcolm Turnbull has made a point of agreeing with Donald Trump on the subject of North Korea. But with the despotic regime matching Trump's rhetoric for reckless bombast, can you tell which is which?
Having delighted in the failures of the Greens senators to grasp "basic admin", just what kind of contortions are the Coalition going through now that they've been ensnared in similar issues?
Trump's tough talk was "not tough enough", the Coalition takes aim at unions and corruption reported at the ABF. It's the news you need to know, by Charlie Lewis and Max Chalmers.
The plebiscite pleases no one, Matthew Guy digs in despite everything, and is the Trump/Kim war going to escalate beyond words? It's the news you need to know, by Charlie Lewis and Max Chalmers.
Martin Ferguson used to be a unionist and a Labor stalwart. So what's he doing shilling for the mining industry and saying unions have too much power?