Bernard KeaneAug 23, 2017
The head of Australia's foreign intelligence service has alarmed intelligence circles with an error of judgment in his meeting with strongman Rodrigo Duterte.
Sally WhyteAug 23, 20176 Comments
The government's announcement that jobseekers in Canterbruy-Bankstown will be drug tested shows a departure from original plans to use wastewater to choose locations.
Charlie LewisAug 23, 20173 Comments
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.
Aug 23, 20175 Comments
With seven politicians being referred to the High Court in the dual citizenship scandal, Spencer Zifcak explains the sticky section 44 and what the courts likely decisions will be.
Bernard KeaneAug 23, 201715 Comments
If MPs and senators can't even fill out the straightforward nomination form to stand for election, which specifically tells them to check that they're eligible, how can they run a government?
Bernard KeaneAug 23, 201713 Comments
While the foreign policy establishment applauds Trump's conversion to military intervention, they never ask the question of why the War on Terror has been such a spectacular failure.
Derryn HinchAug 23, 201711 Comments
Behind the scene Senate dealings lead me to believe there are those in the Labor camp who would vote No on same-sex marriage, writes Derryn Hinch, but why do they refuse to say so?
Charlie LewisAug 22, 20175 Comments
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?
Bernard KeaneAug 22, 20176 Comments
Peter Costello doesn't know much about the global financial crisis. But he knows what he likes: punitive financial measures.
Helen RazerAug 22, 20176 Comments
Helen Razer continues her discussion with Glenn Greenwald, explicating how Trump's excessive personality distracts from the political framework that props him up.