Scott Morrison now claims to be strongly anti-racist, but won't — and can't — rule out his party directing preferences to One Nation ahead of Labor.
"It's ok to be white" and the "final solution" speech: how current sound bites don't always line up with past actions.
White supremacists have the same agenda of terror as jihadists but have operated with the indulgence of the media and politicians, even as security agencies warned us about them.
This parliament has reached a new low in the standards of its politics. But, these days, finding a new low is the norm.
Good morning, early birds. Peter Dutton has addressed questions surrounding Manus Island security contractor Paladin, and Scott Morrison is set to hand down the latest Closing the Gap report. It’s the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
David Ettridge has lodged a complaint with the Queensland Police about a 17-year-old stoush over legal costs.
The South Sudanese community is still wearing the consequences of the "African gang" myth, Pesutto had more than one awkward moment during the Victorian election campaign, and why are there so few Australian scalps in the Me Too movement?
Labor mixes up its extremely important trade partners, Brian Burston beats his old boss Pauline Hanson on power station trivia, and new conservative activist group Advance Australia really knows how to use social media.
Crikey readers reckon with the political reemergence of Mark Latham and discuss Dan Andrews' China deals.