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All the news you need to know this Tuesday.
All the news you need to know this Tuesday.
While her husband Bill Shorten continues on the campaign trail, shaking hands and making speeches, Chloe Shorten is the silent hero.
Welcome to Below The Line, 10 daily's weekly #AusVotes election campaign video wrap.
Last year, a study released by PLAN International confirmed what many of us already knew to be true -- zero percent of young women in Australia aspired to, or planned to, enter politics as a career.
Bill Shorten deflected a persistent line of questioning this week, but he's far from the first politician to bat away a curly question.
A conservative lobby group has blamed an "error" for a social media video depicting a superhero character gyrating against a poster of a female political candidate.
All the news you need to know this Friday.
The odd thing about this election is that the government needs to gain seats to hold onto power.
A new Australian fact-checking tool will be introduced on Facebook and election ads from overseas will be blocked, as the social media giant prepares for a fake news onslaught during the coming federal election.
Liberal lawyer Zuzana Caputova will become Slovakia's first female president, according to the final results of a run-off election.
Millions of North Korean voters, including leader Kim Jong-un, are going to the polls to elect roughly 700 members to the national legislature.
Democracy can be one hell of a leveller. John Howard found that out when, despite being Australia’s second longest serving Prime Minister, he lost his seat at the 2007 election – the first PM to do so since 1929.
Politicians famously don’t entertain hypotheticals.
While the federal election could be as far away as May, campaign storm clouds are gathering fast.
All the news you need to know this Thursday.
To desert a sinking ship, or go down with it -- that's the choice many Coalition MPs seem to be tossing up, with just a few short months until the government is expected to cop a resounding spanking at the federal election.
Clive Palmer -- controversial mining magnate, trouble magnet, self-professed 'meme merchant' and failed politician several times over -- is deep into his latest campaign for high public office.
The new year is only two days old, but we've already got a contender for one of the weirdest political scuffles of the year.
Craig Kelly could have defected from the Liberals to the Nationals, under a secret plan cooked up by Barnaby Joyce to save the controversial MP from losing his seat.
The ghost of Nancy Reagan reared her head last week during the ill-fated final days of the Victorian Liberal party’s election campaign.
Liberal MP Julia Banks will sit for the rest of the parliamentary sitting term as an independent, sensationally quitting the party and further reducing the government's numbers.
The Wentworth by-election was a disaster. The landslide Victorian election loss is even worse.
Labor leader Daniel Andrews has claimed a landslide victory in the Victorian state election.
The campaign to run the state has taken some twists and turns.
Has it really only been two years? As America approaches its midterm elections, November 2016 seems like a decade ago.
The midterm elections could doom Donald Trump's leadership, or cement him in the presidency for two more years.
Next week, November 6, Americans vote for the first time since Donald Trump was elected in 2016.
The former President boasted "Unlike some, I actually try to state facts" during a rally in Nevada on Monday.
Maybe it was called too early, because the margin in Wentworth is just a few hundred votes.
Critics claimed ELLE fuelled "fake news" hysteria for a ruse encouraging people to vote.
A vile email claiming Wentworth frontrunner Kerryn Phelps had been diagnosed with HIV shows Australians still misunderstand the virus.
Wentworth voters are still angry about Malcolm Turnbull's dumping, and are ready to punish the Liberals.
If Kerryn Phelps was a chocolate, she'd be "something dark" with a "sensible centre".
Anti-gay, pro-dictator, racist -- and maybe a disaster for the world's most important rainforest.
The small Peruvian town of Yungar is making headlines around the world for its mayoral elections.
He has a truck, a loudspeaker, a motor-mouth and seemingly endless energy -- and he's coming to a town near you.
"He's on a knife's edge."
The jury was unable to reach a consensus on 10 remaining charges.
He's pleaded guilty to felony charges and also admitted to bank fraud and tax evasion.
Opposition supporters have accused the nation's ruling party of rigging the elections.
All the news you need to know this Monday.
Words like 'bleak' and 'nightmare' are already circulating to describe the government's performance.
The weekend’s by-elections open a window to a piece of forgotten history.
"Ruthenberg, where's your medal?"
The party says the cardboard "is as good as her being there". No, really.
“The sentence should have been, ‘I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be Russia.’”
“President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today.”
12 Russian military officers have been indicted over interfering with the US election. What should Trump do when he meets with Putin?
It's part of Robert Mueller's ongoing probe into Russian involvement in the 2016 US Presidential election.
Australian politics has had its fair share of drama recently, but Bill Shorten still believes in his colleagues in Canberra.
He's the oldest leader in the world.
He is the oldest elected leader on the planet.