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Trump impeachment: He's so bad they did it twice

The destruction of democracy in the Capitol on January 6, live-streamed by proud perpetrators ...  
University of Sydney takes down 2019 report on antisemitism

On 31 July 2019, a resident of Kooyong electorate, Michael Staindl, filed a Petition in the High ...  
Refugees defenceless against politics of cruelty

The Morrison Government is intent on denying refugees resettlement in Australia under its heart ...  
Former Michigan Governor hit with charges over Flint water crisis

The charges come as new reporting indicates the former Governor was aware of a Legionnaires' ...  
Real political reform must follow a consultative, coherent process

David Muir argues the Federal Government must put an end to the ad hoc process, or lack of proc ...  
The FBI: An American tragedy under Trump

A press conference has highlighted how much the morale of the FBI has diminished under the Trump ...  
Capitol riot worse than first thought

An atrocity from the outset, new information reveals an even uglier truth of the Capitol insurr ...  
6 January 2021: America's new 'day of infamy'

Political unrest within the White House led to a domestic terrorism event some in the media have ...  
Trump's legacy: A global fascist movement

Donald Trump’s base has become increasingly radical and violent and the expansion of this ...  
America's dilemma: 147 lawmakers still support a delusional madman

Where do the disunited states of America go now, with 147 Republican lawmakers still supporting a ...  
An open letter to President Donald Trump after inciting domestic terrorism

Dr Lee Duffield penned a message to the man responsible for the rioters who broke into Washingt ...  
Julian Assange still not in the clear from prosecution or persecution

District Justice Vanessa Baraitser gave supporters of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange a surprise ...  
Wren's week: Victoria leads way in managing COVID-19 infections

The Victorian Government has used best practice to contain COVID-19, which other states and ...  
Julian Assange's denial of freedom an affront to human rights

Hopes for the freedom of Julian Assange have hit a hurdle as his application for bail was denied ...  
Assange extradition denial: How human rights experts have responded

Even after the victory of Julian Assange's extradition denial, work still needs to be done to ...  
Government and companies must do more to protect delivery drivers

Rather than spending millions on advertising, companies like Menulog should be prioritising the ...  
New European legislation aims to control digital platforms

Europe is taking the lead in digital market regulation with new proposed legislation designed to ...  
Assange case: The 'right decision for the wrong reason'

Why did a British judge reject the U.S. Government's attempt to extradite Assange, despite ...  

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