Once again, America has suffered yet another mass shooting. However, does such horror repeated impact their laws and those who make them?
Avengers: Endgame and the last Game of Thrones represent the end of dork culture. It will still be around, but I fear we’ve reached the top of Everest.
Well, an ugly story got more stupid, as CNN announced that a body double of Jamal Khashoggi was spotted taking the sights wearing the clothes of the dead journalist.
In this month alone, eight women have met their end. In the majority of cases, they knew the aggressor. There has been very little national discussion about it. Why?
The number of ultra-violent streams of Facebook has been able to grow because of the justifications we make. However, if we allow an AI to make the decision is that a solution?
The effects of a true-crime podcast on the victim’s family are the first steps of Kathleen Barber’s book, which examines the stock we place in casual justice.
While Hollywood digs a good murder story, it pales in comparison to the love felt when it happens for real. What a town.
It’s almost been 50 years since I fought in the Vietnam War, 50 years since I shot that man for this country. However, while he’s buried and gone, he’s with me too.
Thinking of finally freeing yourself from the oppressive shackles of society’s law and order? You’d better hope there are no fitness buffs involved.
The copycat effect of actions inspired by media news coverage or movies and TV shows too often leads to tragic, and criminal, repercussions.
Richard Jackson is back with handful of long text to ease whatever happened last night, featuring a restaurant genius in Sydney and the dark side of the long con.
Stretch out for Long Reads Sunday as Richard Jackson exposes the forked tongue of Ted Cruz, kills for the sake of killing and explores the final frontier.
After Paris, Polly Chester explains how macro aggression is colouring thoughts from both sides – with the idea of a common humanity the main cost.
Everything old is new again in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap, with indirect proxy conflict between old enemies, Clinton in Israel and the return of murder to a notorious state forest.
Ugur Nedim loves a morbid countdown based on statistics, so he’s totalled a list of the travel destinations from which you may never return.
Ah, Sunday again, Richard Jackson’s Long Reads faces cold cases, war correspondence and the position of the black man in US society.
Maciej Radny looks at the horrific live shooting of two journalists in Virginia, and was shocked, not only by the imagery on Social Media; but of what comes next.
Be it poisoned tea or something darker, Ugur Nedim sheds some light on the horrific crimes of Australia’s lesser known serial killers.
Lack of coverage over the murder of Iraqi journalist Atwar Bahjat indicates to Ivana Brehas selective hearing when it comes to media reporting freedom of speech.
In the aftermath of the Chapel Hill murders, Ash Imani ponders how atheists should respond after reports labelled the gunman as an “atheist killer”.