The Senate resolved a constitutional complaint the House had with the original bill, leaving the GOP to decide how fast to schedule it for a vote.
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Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Friday 30 June.
More Australian teens are viewing porn and doing so at a younger age than ever before, according to new research that identifies a link between pornography, mental health problems and becoming sexually active at a younger age.
The FFA is desperate to convince us that it has cleaned house and also that FIFA will play fair with the 2023 Women’s World Cup bid. But the stench remains from the 2022 men’s debacle, writes Richard Hinds.
When Netflix canceled its Wachowski-helmed, conspiracy-fueled original series Sense8 earlier this year fans weren't certain what would happen following season two's cliffhanger. Well, the streaming service apparently heard their cries (read: tweets a…
During a speech at the Energy Department, June 29, President Trump said the House will vote on two bills strengthening immigration enforcement that “are vital to public safety.”
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Large liquor stores are being built in many communities despite strong local opposition, experts say, with new research showing the courts are finding in favour of the alcohol industry in more than 75 per cent of cases opposing the construction of new warehouses.
Official data released today shows Australians, on the whole, have never been wealthier — but welfare groups say the figures highlight a growing divide between social classes across the nation.