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ACTU launches review of $25m election campaign after Labor defeat - The Guardian

ACTU launches review of $25m election campaign after Labor defeat   The Guardian

The Australian Council of Trade Unions has appointed a former Queensland state Labor MP, Evan Moorehead, to review its election tactics and advertising ...

Trump Gives Attorney General Sweeping Power in Review of 2016 Campaign Inquiry - The New York Times

Trump Gives Attorney General Sweeping Power in Review of 2016 Campaign Inquiry   The New York Times

President Trump took extraordinary steps on Thursday to give Attorney General William P. Barr sweeping new authorities to conduct a review into how the 2016 ...

Rep. Nadler: Robert Mueller wants to testify to Congress — but in private - NBC News

Rep. Nadler: Robert Mueller wants to testify to Congress — but in private   NBC News

Special counsel Robert Mueller has expressed interest in giving private testimony to Congress about his two-year investigation into possible Russian ...

Two Australian Newspapers Dump Polling After Shock Election Result - Bloomberg

Two Australian Newspapers Dump Polling After Shock Election Result   Bloomberg

Two of Australia's major newspapers have ceased running opinion polls in the wake of the weekend's shock election win by Prime Minister Scott Morrison's ...

The Election Is Over. So Let’s Talk About What Really Matters, Like ‘Shoeys’ - The New York Times

The Election Is Over. So Let’s Talk About What Really Matters, Like ‘Shoeys’   The New York Times

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. This week's issue is written by Livia Albeck-Ripka, a reporter with ...

Assange Indicted Under Espionage Act, Raising First Amendment Issues - The New York Times

Assange Indicted Under Espionage Act, Raising First Amendment Issues   The New York Times

WASHINGTON — Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks leader, has been indicted on 17 counts of violating the Espionage Act for his role in obtaining and publishing ...

News Wrap: Trump doubts need for more troops in Middle East - PBS NewsHour

News Wrap: Trump doubts need for more troops in Middle East   PBS NewsHour

In our news wrap Thursday, President Trump said he doubts there is a need to send more U.S. troops to the Middle East, despite heightened tensions with Iran.

Election-Meddling Follies, 1945-2019 - Consortium News

Election-Meddling Follies, 1945-2019   Consortium News

Coverage of the 2016 elections and the ensuing Mueller investigation provided a showcase of American exceptionalism, writes Tom Engelhardt. By Tom ...

Donald Trump threw 'temper tantrum', needs an intervention, says US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi - ABC News

Donald Trump threw 'temper tantrum', needs an intervention, says US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi   ABC News

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accuses the President of throwing a temper tantrum at a meeting with Democratic congressional leaders, suggesting a family ...

Joe Biden: Can Obama's vice-president stay the Democratic frontrunner? - BBC News

Joe Biden: Can Obama's vice-president stay the Democratic frontrunner?   BBC News

It's been four weeks since Joe Biden announced he was running for president. Since then, in defiance of what was conventional wisdom, he's risen in the polls, ...

India election results 2019: Modi dedicates victory to Indians - BBC News

India election results 2019: Modi dedicates victory to Indians   BBC News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP party has won India's election in another landslide victory.

Trade tensions could last well into the 2020 U.S. election campaign, says Nomura - MarketWatch

Trade tensions could last well into the 2020 U.S. election campaign, says Nomura   MarketWatch

Grab some popcorn and settle in for what could be a long summer, autumn, and winter of trade tensions, says Nomura, in our call of the day.

European elections: UK government may face court action after EU citizens denied vote - The Guardian

European elections: UK government may face court action after EU citizens denied vote   The Guardian

The government is facing calls to launch an urgent investigation into the treatment of EU citizens in the European elections after many people reported being ...

US briefing: India election, Trump's bank records and an extinction crisis - The Guardian

US briefing: India election, Trump's bank records and an extinction crisis   The Guardian

Thursday's top story: Narendra Modi poised for landslide re-election in India. Plus, why are Republicans denying the wildlife extinction crisis?

I’m a Republican and I Oppose Trump. Now What? - The Atlantic

I’m a Republican and I Oppose Trump. Now What?   The Atlantic

Swing voters like me could help Democrats win in 2020—but the candidates have to respect our ideas to gain our votes.

Broadcasters in legal bind over reporting on Tory crisis during election - The Guardian

Broadcasters in legal bind over reporting on Tory crisis during election   The Guardian

Strict broadcasting laws place restrictions on coverage of politics during voting periods.

Voting has begun in the most divisive E.U. Parliament election in a generation - NBC News

Voting has begun in the most divisive E.U. Parliament election in a generation   NBC News

LONDON — Voting began Thursday in what could be the most important European Parliament elections in a generation. All 28 European Union nations are ...

Labor's federal election loss revealed my bias as an inner-city teen - ABC News

Labor's federal election loss revealed my bias as an inner-city teen   ABC News

My formative years were spent in a progressive bubble but for me it is simply home: the only political environment I have ever been part of. The election result ...

India's Modi wins landslide re-election victory - CNBC

India's Modi wins landslide re-election victory   CNBC

Indian Prime Minister Modi is on course to return to power for a second term after his party looked set to win big at the parliamentary elections.

U.S. election cybersecurity agency staff 'strained to the breaking point' - KFGO News

U.S. election cybersecurity agency staff 'strained to the breaking point'   KFGO News

By Christopher Bing WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As the U.S. government prepares to defend the 2020 presidential election from cyber threats, the federal agency ...

 

 

 

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