Bigger news than the Labor rebirth of Malcolm Turnbull is the Trump sacking of Comey.
The funny thing is, I see that the FBI has had to issue a letter correcting a lot of what Comey claimed at his committee meeting last week - which exaggerated the seriousness of the renewed Clinton email investigation - and that certainly does hurt his credibility.
Yet (if I am reading it right) it seems as if Trump is sacking him for not having gone harder after Clinton, and hence it looks completely partisan and virtually corrupt.
I think this is going to hurt Trump bigly. (I know, we stop copying his childish talk, but it's hard not to.)
Update: oh, it seems I was reading it wrong. At least Vox says the reason is (on the face of it) in support of Clinton.
Update 2: I'm not sure who is interpreting this right. I can't really see how the Vox interpretation is correct....