It would be easy to pass off these exaggerated claims as Trump just being Trump, if there weren't lives at stake.
- by Farrah Tomazin
The politicking continues into the final week of the campaign - but for many Queenslanders, it's too late.
- by Cameron Atfield, Lydia Lynch and Matt Dennien
Sacha Baron Cohen's new Borat film skewers American politics. But in a nation so deeply divided, is there anyone left listening?
- by Michael Idato
Culture is an overused word in rugby league. But there is something undeniably special happening in Melbourne.
- by Roy Masters
“Palmer always looked scary, as if he was about to explode, even when he was pushing a broom around.”
- by John Silvester
Scott Morrison believes there needs to be signs of solidarity with those doing it tough, and splurging taxpayers' money on lavish watches doesn't pass muster.
- by Rob Harris
The Melbourne fullback was destined for greatness from a young age, according to one of Oakhill College's most astute judges of footballing talent.
- by Brandon Jack
Fears of a fake premiership were whitewashed early as players sacrificed to play some frenetic football and set up a compelling and historic 2020 AFL grand final.
- by David Prestipino
If the road to the 2020 grand final has been for Geelong and Richmond a test of toughness like no other, then for Chris Scott and Damien Hardwick the challenges have presented their own obstacles.
- by Caroline Wilson
Republicans ended the night of the final presidential debate feeling relieved. But while Trump's performance was a big improvement, so was his opponent's.
- by Matthew Knott
In this episode, national editor Tory Maguire is joined by national affairs editor Rob Harris to discuss what's going on at our national postal service.
- by Tory Maguire