The La Rambla attack in Barcelona tragically shows the adaptive capabilities of terrorists.
Good morning, early birds. Further details have emerged on the Sydney terrorist plot to bring down a plane, while the marriage equality push escalates, and the Donald and the Mooch part ways. It's the the news you need to know, with Charlie Lewis and Max Chalmers.
We are not far away from a different form of militancy, on the streets of Western cities, and people will be called on to make their political and moral judgements accordingly.
Islamist terrorists are almost inevitably known to security agencies before they act, but politicians insist ever more mass surveillance is the answer.
After the Manchester bombing, it's impossible not to think: what if it happened here? Or here? Or right here?
The car attack in Melbourne on Friday was not terrorism, but that did not stop fervent media speculation that it was. And of course, Pauline Hanson stuck her oar in, freelance journalist John Martinkus reports.
Would a natural disaster or terrorist attack in the next four years mean the end of the American constitution and Bill of Rights?
An article called "The Extinction of the Grayzone" in Islamic State's magazine repeats George W. Bush's rhetoric: "You're either with us or against us".