Ethics

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 29: The Justice Department seal is seen on the lectern during a Hate Crimes Subcommittee summit on June 29, 2017 in Washington, DC. The meeting gave stakeholders the opportunity to offer imput to the committee before it makes its recommendations to the attorney general on what the Department of Justice can do to improve reporting, investigation and prosecution of hate crimes. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Trump Ethics Official Quits Because White House Won’t Follow Its Own Rules

A top Justice Department corporate crime expert has quit, saying it's impossible to hold suspected lawbreakers to standards that President Donald Trump is not meeting himself. Hui Chen, who was the co...
Dimitri Otis

Even If You Don't Believe, Your 'Religion' Matters

Australia is constitutionally secular. A true 'No Religion' figure in this census will reaffirm that secular status. Those who framed the constitution were adamant that the nation needed a transparent separation of church and state. But in recent decades, federal parliaments have become increasingly Christianised.