For all his power, there are certain truths Malcolm Turnbull could never admit for fear of infuriating the right.
Police will be given new parties to override civil liberties in airports, as the government wastes hundreds of millions on security theatre.
News headlines are calling both ice and terrorism as the scourges of our age, but how does funding for these threats stack up?
The story yesterday of the car attack in Melbourne's city, apart from some ill-placed advertising and some bad takes online, was as good as can be expected.
Following the recent terror attack in New York, US President Donald Trump wasted no time in blaming the green card lottery for the disaster, writes Ruby Hamad.
There's a well-demonstrated connection between domestic violence, terrorism and mass shootings -- one the government refuses to accept.
Good morning, early birds. Police reveal more details about the man who killed eight people in a terror attack in lower Manhattan, and another one bites the dust in the ongoing citizenship saga. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.
This US mass shooting, like other US mass shootings, has become what others have described with terrible precision as a Rorschach test.
When governments use words like "terrorism" and "security", the scrutiny that should be applied to them switches off, allowing them to get away with far more than they otherwise could.