Explore existentialism, the afterlife and what it means to be ethical with your students and the critically acclaimed comedy, The Good Place.
Cheers turned to boos in the final years of Adam Goodes' AFL career when he publicly called out racism. But what did the crowd's booing mean?
In 1997, Bega High School students and best friends Lauren Barry and Nichole Collins had their young lives tragically cut short after being held captive for 12 horrendous hours.
In 1993, Karen MacKenzie and her three children were violently murdered at their isolated home. It will forever be known as one of the most horrific murders in Australian criminal history.
Dr Victor Chang was a famous surgeon on the brink of implanting the world's first artificial heart. In a failed extortion attempt he was fatally shot dead in the street.
Donald Bruce Mackay was an Australian businessman. He was also a prominent substance abuse campaigner who came to media attention and fame in 1977. Then he was murdered.
How did torture, first justified by fear of the Communist threat and then as part of the fight against terrorism, become the norm in the US? As soon as the World War II ended, the Americans, impressed by the supposed ability of the Soviet authorities to extort false confessions, became interested in brainwashing. With the complicity of unscrupulous academics and doctors, the CIA began developing techniques that could break the human spirit without leaving any physical trace. Compiled in the Kubark Manual in 1963, these techniques went on to be used in Afghanistan, Guantanamo, Iraq, and at black sites across the world. Today, some are still employed on terror suspects on American soil. Through the testimonies of specialists and witnesses, both victims and torturers, examine 70 years of torture and recount how the United States transformed the practice of torture into a state-sanctioned practice.
A documentary six-months in the making that uncovers stunning new evidence in the now infamous Lindy Chamberlain case. The 7News Spotlight team reveals previously unreleased police recordings from the investigation into the death of Azaria Chamberlain and the wrongful conviction of her mother, Lindy.
The FLDS, Children of God, and Unification Church are some of the most notorious cults in recent history. Survivors Lamont Barlow, Amy Bril, and Teddy Hose join Elizabeth Vargas and cult expert Janja Lalich in a rare discussion about their lives growing up in these high profile groups.
Cult survivors Samie Brosseau, Sarah Edmondson, Romy Maple, and Elijah Muhammad join Elizabeth Vargas and cult expert Janja Lalich in a rare roundtable discussion.
Weeks after 17 students were killed in Parkland, Florida, with an AR-15, The Sanctuary Church of Newfoundland announced they would consecrate that same weapon in their traditional Blessing Ceremony. Sean Moon, the charismatic son of Reverend Sun Myung Moon, presides over a mass wedding, while his congregation don golden crowns and hold AR-15 assault rifles. An alarmed former Moonie who grew up with Sean, Teddy Hose tries to raise awareness about Sanctuary Church.
It was a moment that changed Australia forever. Four young children killed on their way to buy ice-cream. Featuring unseen vision and exclusive interviews with the parents and the surviving children, this is the story of the Oatlands crash that killed Antony, Sienna and Angelina Abdallah and their cousin Veronique Sakr in 2020.
The #MeToo reckoning has impacted everything - from Supreme Court nominees and workplace culture to sex and dating. Vice correspondent Isobel Yeung takes a personal look at how we define sexual consent, hold those who violate it accountable, and move forward.
Born out of the free love movement of the 1960s, David Berg's Children Of God group is the most notorious sex cult in American history. For decades, children were molested and physically abused under the guise of 'sharing' God's love. Berg's most controversial teachings were Flirty Fishing and the Law of Love, which justified everything from paedophilia to religious prostitution, as long as it was done with love. Now, years later, survivors of this horrific cult are facing an epidemic of suicides by fellow ex-members still wrestling with their traumatic childhoods. Amy Bril, former child bride of David Berg, recounts her experiences growing up in the Children Of God, and shares the loss of her best friend.
There's the story the world has heard about the Warren Jeffs, polygamy, child molestation, and a very public trial that brought disturbing evidence to light. There's also a lesser-known story - an economically depressed community of devoted followers who are still holding tight to the belief that their beloved prophet will be released from his life sentence in prison. With unprecedented access into a secretive FLDS community located in Short Creek, active FLDS member, Norma Richter, is forced to watch as her beloved community and once 'sacred land' is slowly inhabited by opposing ex-FLDS members who are returning home to reclaim their land.
Despite their hippie persona and rustic community businesses, the Twelve Tribes have long stood accused of physically abusing children and subjugating of women. Now disconnected from her family, ex-member Samie Brosseau works to expose the Twelve Tribes abusive practices today.
Examine the story of the eugenics movement and its long history in the US, from its beginnings in the study of heredity, to its rise as a popular movement promising to uplift the human race through state sponsored sterilisation, to its influence on immigration laws designed to close our borders to groups deemed genetically inferior.
In 1978, Royall Jenkins founded a group that promised a life free from prejudice, and full of the opportunities that eluded so many African Americans in under-served communities. Elijah Muhammad was raised in the Nation and grew up practicing what Royall preached. At 12 years old, Elijah received a call to join Royall in 'Heaven', the Nation's main community in Kansas City, Kansas. When Elijah Muhammad's parents released him into the care of the Nation, they believed he would receive a great education in line with their religious beliefs and the skills needed to advance his life. Instead, he was forced into child labour, physical abuse, and squalid living conditions. Today, Elijah has a unique opportunity to expose the Nation to the FBI and finally get justice for himself and the other children abused by Royall Jenkins' teachings.
Elizabeth Vargas sits down with Sarah Edmondson, a former member of the self-improvement group NXIVM. Sarah made a very public break from the group in October 2017 when she appeared on the cover of the New York Times displaying a NXIVM-inflicted brand on her pelvis. With that article, Sarah threw open the door guarding NXIVM's darkest secrets, exposing the founder's insatiable sexual appetite and the twisted experimentation he allowed doctors to perform on members. Sarah brought thousands of people into NXIVM during her time as a recruiter and is now making amends and doing everything in her power to ensure the cult's leader, Keith Raniere, spends the rest of his life in prison.
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