And the crowd chants: “Tony! Tony! Tony! Tony!”
In the game of memes, you #WIN or you #LOL.
Can you match the premier to their tie? The real test of Australian politics.
Meet the controversial author who just received millions in education funding from the coalition for a new research centre.
The Labour leader said he had “fundamental disagreements” with her. But she urged him to work with the SNP to lock David Cameron out of power.
He also seemed a bit hesitant to shake hands with the other party leaders.
Is the British public really that apathetic? There was only one way to find out.
“Cambodia is a safe country, where police maintain law and order.”
“Are you happy that the only black face in the document is on overseas aid…” asked a journalist. UKIP supporters weren’t happy.
Kevin Andrews repeatedly refused to name the man we’re about to go to war with.
Get your message across with one of these powerful, pro-America messages.
“One fine day in April 2019.”
Billionaire politician takes decisive action after an elderly man was bitten by a crocodile on his golf course.
Why are all of Tony’s mate abandoning him?
Federal treasurer leaves his troubles behind to mess with Kochie from a TV studio in New York.
Kate McKinnon’s Clinton spent Saturday’s SNL cold open trying to seem relatable and avoiding words like “dynasty.”
Admittedly, it’s a low bar.
Former DLP senator launches website for his new Manufacturing and Farming Party.
The Katter’s Australia Party founder inserted himself into Queensland politics on Wednesday.
A heavily contested election had forced him into a runoff against Jesus “Chuy” Garcia.
They did the Mash. The Monster Mash.
The former Cuban leader greeted Venezuelan officials visiting Havana in his first public appearance in 14 months.
The only problem with this plan is that it’s a complete waste of time.
Freds say the darndest things!
Thousands lined the streets of Singapore on Sunday to say a final goodbye to the country’s first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew, who died a week ago at the age of 91.
A Chicago health food store employee has became a minor celebrity after a photo taken with the mayor unexpectedly began circulating online.
Australia’s biggest state strokes its Baird.
Voting is compulsory and glorious.
And some people are getting quite excited at the prospect.