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Morrison’s Pentecostal pal will continue to cause him headaches

Scott Morrison has arrived back from the US with a fresh headache after rumours surfaced that he tried to get controversial Hillsong Church leader Brian Houston on his state dinner invite list.

For the last time, Prince Philip is not dead yet -- but <em>The Telegraph</em> published his obituary a little early.

RIP Prince Philip (again!) … don’t leak that, oh, wait … failing to run the numbers …

For the last time, Prince Philip is not dead yet -- but The Telegraph published his obituary a little early.

Is Fox News going from a company that encourages racism to one that fires people for engaging in it too enthusiastically?

Sexual assault, out. Racism, out. Are the times a-changin’ at Fox News?

Is Fox News going from a company that encourages racism to one that fires people for engaging in it too enthusiastically?

The Wall Street Journal is being used as a tool of the Trump White House against unfriendly media outlets. Sounds like "joining the political fight" to us.

Trump uses Wall Street Journal to undercut Rachel Maddow

The Wall Street Journal is being used as a tool of the Trump White House against unfriendly media outlets. Sounds like "joining the political fight" to us.

The editor-in-chief of <em>The Wall Street Journal</em> has told staff that if they think the paper is taking too much of a pro-Trump line, they are free to seek employment elsewhere.

Journal editor accuses staff of ‘fake news’ for saying Trump got a pass

The editor-in-chief of The Wall Street Journal has told staff that if they think the paper is taking too much of a pro-Trump line, they are free to seek employment elsewhere.

Wall Street Journal staff will face off with senior management over concerns the paper is far too friendly to Donald Trump.

WSJ staff revolt over paper’s pro-Trump line

Wall Street Journal staff will face off with senior management over concerns the paper is far too friendly to Donald Trump.

But why, oh why, might journos at <em>The Wall Street Journal</em> be instructed to go easy on Trump?

WSJ staff arc up over ‘soft’ Trump coverage

But why, oh why, might journos at The Wall Street Journal be instructed to go easy on Trump?

Making powerful enemies is good for business.

Trump’s win boosts lefty news subscriptions (and the WSJ)

Making powerful enemies is good for business.

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