FBI texts referred to it as the ‘Insurance Policy.’ We now call it the Steele Dossier. US President Donald Trump’s most recent move in the Russia investigation is potentially the most explosive development yet.
The Greens highly partisan attack against Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is only the latest example. After wasting countless hours and untold dollars trying to bring Dutton down, Dutton avoided the Greens’ no-confidence motion against him in parliament.
Victoria is among the fastest growing states, with the bulk of growth centred around Melbourne. Last month, Melbourne reached a dubious milestone when it reached a record five million residents.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has won a ruling party leadership vote, setting him on track to become Japan’s longest-serving premier and try to cement his legacy, including by revising the pacifist constitution.
But with the adage, ‘You do not truly know someone until you fight them,’ in mind (from The Matrix Reloaded), the two men appear to have gotten to know each other.
Australians have spent years borrowing heavily in a record low interest rate environment. And we’ve invested a lot of that debt into the housing and apartment market, estimated to be worth $6.9 trillion.
But signs are increasingly pointing to a resurgence in inflation in the US. This will likely embolden the US Fed to continue on its path of rate increases. And this will in turn impact borrowing costs of Aussie banks, who rely on foreign markets to cover part of their loans.
Arguments first began back in 2013, when Mr Wilson, a self-styled crypto anarchist, showed off the world’s first 3D-printed gun. Files showing how to replicate the process became immediately available on the Defense Distributed website, where it was downloaded hundreds of thousands of times.
Facebook has not been quiet with their push to gain access to users’ banking data and other sensitive financial information.