As the country attempts to get its head around what happened last night, we are offering up a few bite-sized takeaways to get you through a day of political small talk.
The Prime Minister ended up calling on the challenge himself, winning by a slim majority.
Introducing Barnaby Joyce’s replacement: Michael McCormack.
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The second Spanish general election in a year also resulted in a stalemate.
A Labor-Greens coalition could give the Liberals and the Nationals a run for their money. Osman Faruqi investigates whether it could actually happen.
The functioning university was bombed as part of a massive daytime barrage against the Islamic State-occupied city of Mosul in Iraq over the weekend. The Pentagon said it is reviewing reports of civilian deaths.
The day before Federal Parliament resumed someone leaked Turnbull's talking points to the press. It was a strange move considering they contained nothing of interest.
On a weekend trip to Erbil, in Northern Iraq, Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan opened the door to facing the Islamic State in a different part of the world — in Libya and the Sinai Peninsula.