Good morning, early birds. More than 1000 COVID-19 tests from Melbourne’s north came back negative last night, and Queensland’s former deputy premier Jackie Trad looks set to lose her inner-city seat to the Greens’ Amy MacMahon at this Saturday’s state election. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The vice presidential debate was about policy, implementation, detail. Compared to the first presidential debate it was another world.
A quiet and reasonably civil vice presidential debate between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence unfolded in Utah, with little to trouble the scorers in an election campaign approaching its climax.
He might not have planned to get COVID-19, but Trump is certainly making the most of the extra press coverage.
Good morning, early birds. Boris Johnson's best bet for a Brexit deal hangs in the balance, and the US negotiates a ceasefire in northern Syria. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
Previously, this coup would have been nothing more than the straightforward exercise of power in the US backyard. But we live in interesting times...
Turnbull trusts Pence ... who will be new Defence sec? ... ambassador's naked truth ...
Satirist Ben Pobjie has discovered a harrowing email exchange among members of the US "Deep State", which illustrates the extent of the white-anting against Trump's administration.
What sort of collusion between team Trump and the foreign power of Russia would actually cause his base to question their support of him?