For whatever reason, Steven Seagal is now a Russian diplomatic, tasked with ensuring peace between America and Russia. I mean, it worked for Dennis Rodman.
Well, geez. This morning Donald Trump sided with the Russians over his own, a terrible restaurant in London opened and John McClane wounded your most basic friends.
Just in time for the Helinski summit, a wave of anti-Russian sentiment has made it to the front pages. It’s as obvious as it is lazy.
In a ridiculous turn of events, America is no longer the most self-important nation in the world. I know, I don’t believe it either.
Well. This morning Donald Trump listened to criticism, the World Cup in Russia went the full borscht and ‘Chicken Alfredo and Sprite’ entered the lexicon. Donald reverses his ‘caged kids’ border policy, promises to let everyone in. This morning, the masked figure of empathy swung through the windows of the White House, vice…
Well, it’s the morning after. Robbie Williams ruined the World Cup, Donald Trump turned 71 and Apple will (sort of) remake Steamboat Willy.
Good morning to you, gorgeouses. You. You people are the stars. Overnight, Donald booted up iMovie, Russia marched back to her glorious past, and Twitter outlined how we’ll beat the French.
Lordy doo, what a week. Roseanne Barr overdosed on stupidity, One Nation split in two and one man filled a bathtub with spuds, because drugs.
Yesterday, one Russian journalist who was reported dead mysteriously turned up alive. The reasons why such a stunt was pulled is another thing entirely.
With the Skripals mysteriously recovering from their poisoning, the danger of this moment is that those that preceded it will soon be forgotten.
Recently, the US government released all the 3,000 Facebook election ads that came from Russia. While everyone can now view them, here’s what we learned.
In the late 1970s, Australia was dithering on whether to allow those escaping Vietnam and Cambodia to resettle here. However, while this was happening, one woman in a bikini managed to jump the queue.
Trump’s escalations against Russia might bristle, but it’s nothing new. In fact, it long predates the man.
Morning, gorgeous. Overnight, Donald made a series of stupid threats, the Commonwealth Games were ditched and our houseplants are now as bad as us.
The UK has taken a strong stand against Russia in the wake of the Sergei Skripal poisoning. The only problem is that they’re short on evidence.
After Facebook revealed that a number of Australian users were involved in the Cambridge Analytica leak, the government has launched into action. Game on.
What a week it has been. old enemies have kicked off fresh hostilities, Peter Dutton hit both a new high and a new low, and one man took a train ride he’ll never forget.
You in morning light, a bit of alright. Overnight we witnessed Russia’s possible reformation of the USSR, Alexa freaking out betas and an unfortunately named footballer harmed.
Despite the generally held view that a war in Europe is a thing of the past, the truth is that Russia has quietly steered us towards the next one.
It seems odd that Michael Flynn being charged over Russiagate has already shifted to the backburner, right? Well, I’m not that surprised.
While the focus might be on shadowy Russian forces subverting the internet, two more familiar companies are very noticeably clamping down on free speech.
As we watch Zimbabwe tear itself apart, our extended history indicates that the worse things get, the better the art we produce becomes.