Senate powerbroker Nick Xenophon has accused social media giant Facebook of not acting fast enough to stamp out fake news.
James Massola, Amy Remeikis The Turnbull government has asked the High Court to hear questions over the validity of MPs within the next month.
James Massola, Amy Remeikis Angry Coalition MPs are blaming the citizenship fiasco and the marriage survey for another hit in the polls.
Doug Dingwall He will finish up at the Health Department in September.
Fergus Hunter Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said he deplores the hurtful language being used against people and insists the vast majority of Australians are bringing respectful views to the public debate about same-sex marriage.
Stephanie Peatling Child protection campaigners say a flagship family violence inquiry is a "waste of time".
David Wroe, national security correspondent Australia will discuss potential further troop increases to Afghanistan with the United States.
Benjamin Preiss The Australian Sex Party will come to an end this week, with founder Fiona Patten set to deregister the party and unveil a new political party to reach more voters.
Eryk Bagshaw The executives of the world's largest technology companies will be grilled by a Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance, as the government hopes to claw back up to $4 billion in revenue into public coffers.
James Massola Liberal MP Ann Sudmalis has attempted to dismiss new questions over her possible dual citizenship, after an incoming passenger card from 1966 - filled out when she was 10 years old and re-entering Australia - emerged in which she listed her nationality as "British Australian".