How Islamic State stages fear, and the groups who refuse to condemn it.
The Foreign Fighters Bill requires a defendant to prove why he or she was in a proscribed region. Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty? Lawyers from the Law Council of Australia explain.
The Abbott government's proposed anti-terror laws should be repelled by a unified front of civil libertarians and Muslims. Unfortunately, some groups have been lax in their duty, writes Irfan Yusuf.
AFP counter-terrorism tsar Steve Lancaster has told a court that he undertook a "I'll show you mine if you show me yours" process with The Australian's Cameron Stewart to negotiate the terms of an anti-terror drop.
The Australian's Cameron Stewart claims ex-police chief Simon Overland presided over the "police politics" that in his view was behind the OPI's decision to pursue criminal charges against a junior source.
Former editor of The Australian, Paul Whittaker, bargained with police over how many lives would be lost if the newspaper published its scoop on the anti-terrorism operation before raids took place.
A cabin decompression on Qantas flight QF670 between Adelaide and Melbourne this morning pushed the terrorist attack at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport off the top of this morning's radio bulletins.
ACLEI is investigating the way Federal Police dealt with The Oz over Cameron Stewart's anti-terror raid leaks. Despite a court settlement yesterday, there are many more questions to answer.
The CIA created a fake video showing Osama bin Laden and his crew sitting around a campfire drinking and bragging about their "conquests with boys" -- and had plans to "flood Iraq" with fake videos of Saddam Hussein having sex with a teenage boy, the Washington Post reveals.