Good morning, early birds. The government is remaining defiant on its proposed tax cut package despite demands from the crossbench, and Adani's controversial coal mine heads towards construction. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
These raids are not new. But one following the other, day following day, suggests that the tactic is being taken to a new level.
WikiLeaks' former major publishing partners were quick to turn their backs on Julian Assange, but they have a duty to stand up for investigative journalism.
From the arts to education to gambling, Crikey readers point out the topics that aren't getting any love this election campaign.
On World Press Freedom Day, Julian Assange sits in "Britain’s Guantanamo Bay" not knowing whether he will face extradition to the US.
Good morning, early birds. Two Liberal Victorian candidates have stood down over social media comments, the latest election promises focus on health, housing, agriculture and renewables, and Julian Assange is sentenced to 50 weeks in jail. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Julian Assange did what any good journalist should do: minimise his source's chances of being found out. But that is now conspiracy to commit a crime in the eyes of the US government.
This week: looooooong-hand multiplication, the coming war with Iran, and Ellsberg and Chomsky on Assange.
Crikey readers discuss Julian Assange, politicians avoiding Q&A, and the election of people like Mark Latham.