Australian Federal Police Acting Commissioner Neil Gaughan says the AFP was not trying to intimidate journalists when it raided ABC headquarters and the Canberra home of a News Corp reporter.
The Prime Minister says Federal Police followed the law when they raided the News Corp journalist's Canberra home yesterday, more than a year after she reported on government considerations to spy on Australians.
AFP officers raid the Canberra home of a News Corp journalist who reported that the Federal Government was considering spying on Australians.
Former prime minister Paul Keating says Australia's spy chiefs are "nutters" and should be sacked to help improve relations with China, a comment that has been condemned by a leading defence think tank.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has fired her defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, saying an investigation suggested he was to blame for leaking discussions about Chinese telecoms company Huawei from her National Security Council.
The way we leave and enter the country will change next year, and if there's a glitch like this morning's delay, it'll be even worse news for travellers, writes John Coyne.
Islamic State was prepared for the fall of the caliphate and quickly changed its instructions to followers for the next stage in its quest for global reach, writes Lydia Khalil.
When it comes to being stopped and searched at the airport, are there certain things customs officers can and can't look at, like laptops or USB sticks?