Greenhouse gas emissions from the electricity sector would be reduced at twice the rate proposed by the Turnbull government under a radical new plan outlined by the Australian Energy Market Operator.
Sherryn Groch Can you guess where Barnaby's portrait is hanging?
Nicole Hasham The Turnbull government is at loggerheads over the plug-in vehicle industry.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his New Zealand counterpart are at odds over whether New Zealand's offer to take 150 refugees from Manus Island and Nauru has driven a rise in people-smuggling operations.
Lucas Baird A new poll of Australian opinions on Donald Trump has revealed a "surprising" gap between what they think of the United States depending on whether he is mentioned.
Sally Whyte New laws could deter whistleblowers in Australia's spy agencies from speaking out, national watchdog says.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent One Nation defector Fraser Anning has sacked his top adviser just two months into his Senate stint, as speculation swirls about his plans to join another party.
Fergus Hunter Labor MP Anne Aly has warned that echo chambers of social media pose a growing threat to democracy after Facebook highlighted a false rumour spread about her last year as a notable example of misinformation "corrupting" politics.