Meet the formidable women in Georgia who fought for democracy and won. They battled generations of racism and voter suppression, inspiring record black voter turnout. Now their sights are set on the American South.
Thousands of elderly people are spending years on a waiting list to get a home care package. Climate change is on the agenda as Parliament returns for 2021. Leigh Sales interviews former Collingwood Magpies player Heritier Lumumba about the club's racism scandal.
On January 6, 2021, the most sacred symbol of American democracy was stormed by supporters of Donald Trump, unleashing violence and destruction. As President Joe Biden takes charge, the rival Republican party is grappling with its political future. Defeated, disgraced, and now twice-impeached, Donald Trump may be out of office, but the anger he unleashed continues to threaten and America is watching for his next move.
It's been years since the Queen of the Cross had her name in lights on the golden mile, but Carlotta's desire to be heard is still strong.
Western Australia has been plunged into coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown. Laura Tingle looks at the big issues facing the federal government this year. The GameStop Reddit short squeeze share saga explained.
The day before Parliament resumes, Prime Minister Scott Morrison begins the new parliamentary year by delivering his 2021 opening address to the National Press Club.
The Devil Wears Dior Tom Steinfort investigates the mysterious disappearance of the once high-flying businesswoman, now accused fraudster, Melissa Caddick. By all accounts Melissa Caddick loved the good things in life. And splashing cash on anything she wanted was never a problem. She was loaded. Caddick always looked a million bucks in her designer clothes, she travelled first class everywhere, and called a stunning Sydney mansion home. She claimed her wealth was the result of her brilliance in business, and generously for her friends and family, she offered to share her financial secrets. The deal she proposed to them was simple: if they trusted her with their retirement savings, everyone would win. But it was a lie. Eleven weeks ago, Melissa Caddick and $20 million of money that wasn't hers suddenly vanished. Tom Steinfort reports the latest developments in the police search for Caddick; traces her last known moments before she disappeared; interviews the former friends who were duped after entrusting her with their hard-earned savings; and asks Caddick's husband, Anthony Koletti, about the accusations against his wife. Steinfort's story also introduces 60 Minutes' special investigator, former homicide detective Gary Jubelin, who provides expert analysis about Melissa Caddick's likely whereabouts.
This episode focusses on insects. Encouraging good bugs to control the bad, on the frontline to protect Australia from foreign pests, plus stopping the hungry caterpillar.
David Speers interviews federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg. Mike Bowers talks pictures with Guardian Australia's Amy Remeikis. On the panel are Guardian Australia's Katharine Murphy, Peter Hartcher from the Age and Sydney Morning Herald and Shalailah Medhora from Triple J's Hack to discuss plans for the roll-out of coronavirus COVID-19 vaccines, New Zealand travel bubble, shadow cabinet reshuffle, climate and energy policy and the Joe Biden presidency.
The consumer watchdog has raised fresh concerns about Google's digital advertising dominance. Laura Tingle interviews New Zealand's foreign minister about coronavirus COVID-19 and the trans-Tasman travel bubble.
Some Australians stranded overseas and deemed vulnerable are still struggling to get on to repatriation flights. Dr Norman Swan looks at how coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine supply delays might affect Australia.
An Indigenous perspective on Australia Day, with crosses to Survival Day and Invasion Day events across the nation as well as the Yabun Festival in Sydney - a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
A ceremony to recognise and celebrate the contribution of many Australians, featuring a stirring 21-gun 'Salute to Australia' by the Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army, and Royal Australian Air Force from Government House.
A brief address to the nation from Australia's Governor-General to mark Australia Day.
Recognising the achievements of extraordinary Australians - nominated from eight states and territories in four categories. The Australian of the Year Awards hosted by Hamish Macdonald and Susie Youssef in Canberra.
A look back at some of our best stories. This episode is all about bees. The beehive detecting destructive hitchhiking mites, plus coordinating the mass migration of millions of bees to pollinate Australian orchards.
US President Joe Biden starts his term facing a series of crises. Former FBI director James Comey discusses restoring trust in America's institutions. Plus First Nations people share their thoughts on Australia Day.
Quarantine exemptions: Who decides and what is the process to get one? Joe Biden is about to be sworn in as US president. Plus concerns over the Attack Class submarine project.
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