Senators reached a deal and were expected to vote on the bill early Sunday morning.
“Do you really think my Chief of Staff would be under this kind of criticism if her name was P-E-T-E-R as opposed to P-E-T-A?”
Doctors now slugged by Tony Abbott.
It has been an eventful year for our commander-in-chief. Here’s how he reacted to it all, presented without comment:
Girly-men, shirtfronts and Ebola infected suicide bombers.
BuzzFeed News spent seven hours in New York City among protesters angry over the grand jury decision not to indict the police officer who killed Eric Garner. Here’s what happened.
“I am being inundated with text messages from Christopher Pyne… (he) is embarrassing himself and needs to stop harassing me and other cross benchers.”
“I accept that what we are doing with the ABC is at odds with what I said before the election.”
The ex-French president beat several rivals to be elected leader of the opposition UMP party by a wide margin.
Oedipus Complex: kid-tested, mother-approved.
Why do we even pay these people?
“Earth to KRudd… you ok mate?”
The Greens “Senator for the Internet” did an awesome Reddit AMA.
“Tis but a scratch… an efficiency dividend.”
Who knew James Cromwell was such a badass anarchist?
The Grinches who stole the ABC and Christmas.
The former mayor and long-serving D.C. Council member’s death was confirmed early Sunday morning.
Rania Matar’s series, Invisible Children, puts a face to the term, “Syrian refugee.”
“What has the ABC ever done for us?”
The senior government minister moves petition ahead of massive cuts being announced
The perfect gift for a man who won’t wear a shirt.
Economist Jonathan Gruber made the controversial comments at several different academic events. The White House says it disagrees with the remarks, and “they’re simply not true.”
Joe and April sitting in a tree.
Historic US–China deal puts Australian organisers on the back foot.
Shonda Rhimes, make RiRi a GladiatoriRi.
The president said Monday that the move would protect an open internet — by allowing the FCC to enforce more stringent regulations and protect net neutrality.
It was a pricey election, but not necessarily in the obvious places.