Stories include, '11th-hour deal sees MRRT pass at 3am', 'Egyptians demand resignation of military chief', 'Paul Keating welcomes the rise of China', 'Presidential hopefuls clash in latest debate', 'Marlon Noble will be released' and 'Prescribed burn runs out of control in WA'.
Stories include, 'Serious storms head south down Australian east coast', 'River at record levels in Bundaberg', 'Disaster Management Director gives Queensland floods overview', 'Wild weather strikes Port Macquarie', 'PM's partner jokes about prostate examinations', 'Netanyahu builds a new centrist coalition', 'Nightclub deaths shock Brazil', 'Tsunami leaves Japan with toxic asbestos legacy' and 'Bushfires play havoc in Victoria'.
Stories include, 'Canberra hears public servants protest in Queensland', 'US ambassador to Libya killed', 'Carers abuse their charges', 'Clive Palmer attacks increase in royalties', 'Hundreds die in factory fires in Pakistan', 'More than 300 people have been killed in two separate factory fires in Pakistan' and 'Mystery surrounds Chinese president-in-waiting'.
Stories include, 'Government announces $4 billion dental overhaul', 'Boat carrying 150 asylum seekers goes missing', 'Doctors could face prison over drug prescriptions', 'Conflicts of interest on board overseeing super trawler', 'Cullen joins Lateline' and 'Romney's wife grabs spotlight at Republican convention'.
Stories include, 'Trade deficit swells to $2b', 'Hospital treatment unacceptable', 'Sisters to return to Italy', 'Risk of another stolen generation', 'No survivors in plane crash', 'Jones comment indecent' and 'Candidates prepare for first debate'.
Stories include, 'Sex, boasts and videotape', 'Shock-jock Sattler sacked', 'United States to supply direct military aid to Syria's Opposition', 'U.S. Supreme Court rules genes cannot be patented', 'Interpol admits murder and weapons charges against Egyptian asylum seeker were wrong', 'Weiner's second coming' and 'Friday Forum'.
With guests Armie Hammer, Henry Cavill, and the cast of Man From Uncle, plus guest host Gary Mehigan, and stories on a man with an ear growing out of his arm, mini-pigs, marriage equality, and food labels.
Anti-Trump Protests Erupt On The Streets Of Major US Cities
Chief foreign correspondent Philip Williams speaks to angry youth on the streets of New York as they protest over Donald Trump's win.
Interview: Kevin Rudd, Former Labor Prime Minister
Kevin Rudd tells Lateline the Australian Government should seek to moderate on climate change and trade deals which Donald Trump opposes.
Expat Americans React To The Election Of Donald Trump
Lateline reunites our expat American guests to find out how they are feeling after Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the US.
The Birds Of Prey Keeping The Flemington Race Track Safe From A Slow-Moving Menace
Behind the scenes of the Melbourne Cup, extraordinary efforts are made to keep flocks of seagulls from creating dangerous obstacles for horses and jockeys.
Interview: Mark Dreyfus, Shadow Attorney General
Shadow Attorney General Mark Dreyfus discusses the Bob Day resignation.
Interview: Antony Green, Abc Election Analyst
Antony Green discusses the uncertainty over the make-up of the Senate after a dramatic twist in the resignation of Family First Senator Bob Day.
Interview: Jim Obergefell, Same Sex Marriage Campaigner
Jim Obergefell is a name synonymous with marriage equality in the US and is due in Australia next week to launch his personal story Love Wins.
Plebiscite An 'Incredible Expense And Delay': Obergefell
The man behind the Supreme Court case which legalised same-sex marriage in the US, has slammed the federal government's plebiscite policy as an "incredible expense and delay".
Rugby league has been hammered by scandal yet again. But this time it's not a sex scandal. This time it's about money and cheating to win. Amid reports of dodgy deals and secret bookkeeping, the game's fans are being given more than a hint of just how complicated the links are between the sport, the media covering it, and the people running the game. And it's getting ugly.
Panellists include: Peter Singer - Renowned philosopher and ethicist, Phillip Blond - British political thinker and theologian, Mark Butler - Minister for Mental Health and Ageing, Kelly O'Dwyer - Liberal MP and Dr Cassandra Goldie - Head of Australian Council of Social Service.
With just 13.8 donors per million people last year, Australia has one of the lowest organ donation rates in the developed world. While that may be the highest figure in ten years, it remains well below other countries, such as Spain - considered world leader with 32 donors per million in 2010. This week Insight asks why Australians are saying no when it comes to donating organs. It may be psychological barriers that are stopping patients, and their relatives from saying yes.
The story, 'The trials of Gordon Wood', speaks with Gordon Wood about the murder of Caroline Byrne, his conviction, and his successful appeal. The story, 'A hero's journey', follows AFL legend Ron Barassi on a personal journey to Libya. The story, 'Taylor made', features an interview with music artist Taylor Swift.
What is normal when it comes to grief? And can it become a mental illness? Insight looks at whether it's possible to put a timeframe around grief, whether it can be managed, if anti-depressants help, and whether some cultures are better than others at dealing with this powerful emotional state.
The story, 'Broken hearted', speaks with Alisa Camplin the gold medalist at the 2002 Winter Olympics and her husband about the loss of their baby Finnan. The story, 'Pure hate', looks into the workings of Westboro Baptist Church and their hate for Australians and many other people. The story, 'Without a trace', investigates the disappearance of 24-year-old Owen Rooney after he vanished somewhere in the wilds of Canada.
Stories include, 'Ice: dangerously addictive or party drug? We ask the users', 'Interest rates hit all-time low but is the economy in trouble?', 'Blood and bait in the water divides town over shark cage diving' and 'Mad Max director urges creative people to have "a back-up career"'.
Stories include, 'This is the mysterious billionaire property developer behind some of the largest political donations in Australia', 'Housing affordability as contraception? Responses continue to Joe Hockey's advice for first home-buyers', 'Supply issue driving housing prices up, agree two Sydney MPs' and 'This is literally underground art - the life-risking world of urbex'.
Stories include, 'Paid parental leave will 'do next to nothing' says economist', 'Cutbacks, checks and jets - Joe Hockey outlines economic vision for Australia' 'From Number 96 to Australia's oldest PhD at 93' and 'The detective determined to solve his first murder case from 34 years ago'.
Stories include, 'Labor looks to more reform as Shorten takes leadership', 'Bill Shorten says diversity and change vital to Labor', 'Grieving father gives personal warning about buying drugs online' and 'ASIC defends itself against appalling criticisms'.
Stories include, 'Charity faces scrutiny over how it's spent donations', 'Victoria's maverick MP denies wrongdoing and puts Christianity first', 'Farmers call for assistance as drought tightens grip' and 'Self-esteem is over-rated' suggests Tiger Mum author'.
Stories include, '"Historic reforms" or "kick in the guts"? Budget 2014 appraised', '"Just not on" - Premiers react to State impact of budget', 'Christopher Pyne says budget concerns "entirely a matter for the States"' and 'Does the budget spell the end of Medicare?'.
Stories include, 'Bring Back Our Girls coordinator calls for international support for Nigerian schoolgirls', 'Risk of civil war looms in Ukraine', 'Western Australia's shark baiting results feed dissent' and 'Government calls for trust as backbencher condemns deficit levy'.Stories include, 'Bring Back Our Girls coordinator calls for international support for Nigerian schoolgirls', 'Risk of civil war looms in Ukraine', 'Western Australia's shark baiting results feed dissent' and 'Government calls for trust as backbencher condemns deficit levy'.
Stories include, 'Will Tony Abbott's speech save his job?', 'Scott Morrison assesses Tony Abbott's press club speech', 'Bali Nine lawyer confirms Chan and Sukumaran in next group to be executed', 'The Queensland LNP struggles with the fallout of a disastrous election result' and 'Peter Greste's parents talk of their joy at his release from a Cairo jail'.
Stories include, 'Labor MPs in open revolt over Bill Shorten's boat turn back flip', 'Prepare for candid talk about the Federation's future, says PM Tony Abbott ' and 'This is the ice epidemic up close and personal'.
Stories include, 'Online betting explosion sees companies targeting vulnerable punters', 'This is the girl who disappeared among the thousands in Egypt's prisons without charge', ''Small group of powerful men' biggest barrier to change in medical profession's culture' and 'There is an ocean of plastic devastating our sea life'.
Stories include, 'Peter Dutton rejects international criticism at UN over treatment of asylum seekers', 'Family dynasty brought down after allegations at trade union Royal Commission', 'World athletics in uproar after investigations confirm doping suspicions' and 'Julie Andrews on directing My Fair Lady in Australia'.
Stories include, 'Bacchus Marsh hospital: baby death count higher than thought', 'Negative gearing: changes in tax policy on are on the table', 'Petrol prices are still too high says the consumer watchdog' and 'It's very clear that Bernie Sanders can not win: former congressman Barney Frank'.
Stories include, 'Witnesses describe children's harm and self-harm in immigration detention', 'Immigration Minister "needs to be better advised" on harm to children in detention says Human Rights', 'Gaza - "the worst we have ever seen" says MSF medical adviser' and 'Tackling the triathlon world championships with 10 per cent sight'.
Stories include, 'Arrest of murder suspects has Israel fearing return to violence', 'Handing asylum seekers to Sri Lankan navy may not be legal suggests human rights lawyer', 'Palmer United flexes muscles on new Senate's first day' and 'Transgender young people get fresh support in fight for acceptance'.
Stories include, 'Melbourne shooting highlights tensions over possible terrorism and Australia's treatment of Muslims', 'After Melbourne shooting, we must come together not pull apart, says Joint Committee on Intelligence', '"We don't want to lose the battle to extremists" says Lebanese Muslim Association' and ' Ebola infections could reach 1.4 million people by 2015'.
Stories include, 'Secret report reveals disturbing information about Australia's mental health services', 'Australian troops sent to Iraq to train their forces says Kevin Andrews' and 'Visit the town with Australia's lowest rate of child vaccination'.
Stories include, 'Volatile stock markets bring warnings for retirement savings', 'Is your job going to disappear in the digital revolution?', 'Men invited out of the workplace by head of the nation's biggest bank' and 'This is the threat that could wipe out the wombat'.
Stories include, 'These are the young men behind the Parramatta gun plot and what police knew about them', 'MH17 report prompts families to hope they can get reparations from Russia', 'Australia's terrorism problem 'getting worse' warns AFP Commissioner Andrew Colvin' and 'Australia pursuing legal options over MH17 downing says Defence Minister Marise Payne'.
Stories include, 'Banks under fire for record profits from credit card interest rates', 'Double jeopardy review moves small community closer to solving a tragedy', 'Islamic schools group investigated over missing funds, use of taxpayer money', 'Hard to pull China back from South China Sea reclamation says expert', 'Caitlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair cover takes transgender issues into mainstream'.
Stories include, 'These are the missing documents crucial to the TURC investigation', 'Banks get pulled into line by the Government, but will customers wear the cost?', ''Don't want financial regulation being a political football' says Chris Bowen' and 'The teen handcuffed over a clock goes to the White House'.
Stories include, 'Ronda Rousey: The most dangerous unarmed woman in the world', 'Revealed: the relationship between your pet and pharmaceutical companies', 'Julie Bishop revelations have 'ripped the scabs off' Liberal Party wounds, Cory Bernardi says' and 'Adani Australia boss Jeyakumar Janakaraj oversaw mine behind massive African river pollution disaster'.
Panellists will include: Tony Burke - Environment and Sustainability Minister, Malcolm Turnbull - Former Opposition leader, Lachlan Harris - Kevin Rudd's former press secretary, Jackie Kelly - former Howard government Minister and Deborah Cheetham - Indigenous opera singer.
The story, 'The imposter', accounts the Nicholas Barclay disappearance and discusses the imposter that appeared three years later. The story, 'Big man big heart', talks with David Foster a world champion woodchopper, about his wife's illness and how he never gave up. The story, 'Roam free', investigates what free range chicken actually means?
Stories include, 'Inside the colourful world of Australia's new political kingmaker, Clive Palmer', 'The first major bushfires of the season', 'Alarming rise of self harm by teenagers', 'Escalation in ivory poaching means Kenya becoming a conservation pariah' and 'The first bushfires of the season'.
Stories include, 'The international ring that fixed a Melbourne footy game', 'The Royal Commission into child sexual abuse, how was a paedophile given trusted roles with children', 'Tony Abbott's cabinet line up includes just one woman' and 'Parents describe crushing despair since losing their daughter and say they have no room for mercy in their hearts'.
While Australian crime rates have fallen over the past decade, assault numbers have remained stubbornly high. Alcohol is a huge factor in street aggression. Incidents can escalate quickly and often with extreme consequence. While Australian crime rates have fallen over the past decade, assault numbers have remained stubbornly high. Alcohol is a huge factor in street aggression. Incidents can escalate quickly and often with extreme consequences. Emergency and trauma physicians are worried about the cases of severe head injuries coming to the Emergency department. Some say that although assault numbers might be stable, the attacks are more intense and the injuries more serious. Some experts think a change of culture is what's needed, but others believe legislative deterrents are the answers. Emergency and trauma physicians are worried about the cases of severe head injuries coming to the Emergency department. Some say that although assault numbers might be stable, the attacks are more intense and the injuries more serious. Some experts think a change of culture is what's needed, but others believe legislative deterrents are the answer.
Following the three night Go Back to Where You Came From television event, Jenny Brockie hosts a special edition of Insight. With a studio audience, including participants and people involved in the documentary series, Brockie will lead a discussion about the issues the program explores.
What is a breach of privacy? The federal government is looking at whether to make it possible to sue someone for a serious invasion of your privacy. But deciding where to draw the line could prove challenging. What's harmless for one person could be uncomfortable or upsetting for others.
The story, 'Fall from grace', features Grant Hackett's first interview about his fall from grace. The story, 'Black beauty', follows Black Caviar's campaign to England's Royal Ascot. The story, 'The power of one', speaks with Catherine Fisher, one brave and determined Australian. Ten years ago, an American sailor raped her in Japan.
This week, Insight asks whether it's always possible (and desirable) to 'forgive and forget', whether an apology makes a difference, and whether forgiving yourself is sometimes the hardest challenge of all.
Panellists include: Tanya Plibersek - Minister for Health, Greg Hunt - Shadow Minister for Climate Action, Professor Lawrence Krauss - Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist and Dr John Dickson - Director of the Centre for Public Christianity.
The story, 'City farms', looks at the possible solution to the global food crisis and a return to the vegie patch on a massive modern scale. The story, 'Holding them back', details the latest research about the perfect time to send your child to school. The story, 'Justice overboard', investigates the sentence handed to Susan Neil-Fraser. There was never any hard evidence to convict her yet she was handed a 23-year sentence.
Stories include, 'Sinned or sinned against? The impact of 'gay conversion' programs', 'Critics question asylum policy's legality and morality', 'Political rhetoric aside, just how is our economy going?' and 'James Hird faces claims he backed Essendon supplements program'.
HOW DOES A STATUE BECOME A CABARET STAR?
Controversial American punk cabaret artist Amanda Palmer gained a cult following as the lead singer of the American music duo the Dresden Dolls. She's since made international headlines as the first musician to raise more than $1 million through crowd funding when she asked fans to bankroll her most recent album. Nearly 25 million fans reached into their pockets.
SYRIA HANDS OVER FIRST BATCH OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS
The first stage of an international operation to remove all chemical weapons from Syria is underway with the first batch loaded on to a Danish ship.
HOW CAN A FIGHT FOR JUSTICE RESULT IN A SOCIAL MEDIA STORM?
A rape case in a small American town has divided the community, riveted the wider public, provoked bullying online and in real life, and led the teenager at the centre of it to attempt suicide, all while she fights for justice.
SYRIA'S WEAPONS HANDOVER A GOOD FIRST STEP SAYS EXPERT
The first batch of Syria's surrendered chemical weapons leaving the country is a significant and positive step says Anthony Bubalo from the Lowy Institute but he says the international community could take greater action on the country's conflict.
Stories include, 'The businesses cashing-in on people under financial stress', 'Holden weighs up whether to stay in Australia', 'Can South Africa maintain the Mandela legacy?' and 'The benefits and pitfalls of dating in a digital age'.
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