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Illinois Senator Senate Dick Durban, Utah Senator Mike Lee, A new Senate forecast from 538, Terry Moran travels to Michigan for the Six for the Win Series, and the Powerhouse RoundtableBy ABC News
Before a Kentucky grand jury released its decision in the Breonna Taylor case on Wednesday afternoon, Sadiqa Reynolds, President of the Louisville Urban League, says the city's Black residents had tried to remain hopeful for justice. "[We] wanted to believe that our community could actually experience real justice—for all of us. It was very difficu…
By refusing to pledge a peaceful transfer of power if he loses to Joe Biden in November, President Donald Trump is raising the stakes on an already contentious election by signaling how his supporters should respond if the vote doesn’t go their way. “Well, we're going to have to see what happens," he said Wednesday in response to a reporter’s quest…
President Donald Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Saturday evening, igniting what is set to be a titanic fight in the Senate over filling the seat left open after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, just weeks before Election Day.
There’s bipartisan support in the United States for the establishment of a national AI research cloud. So, how would academics benefit and what role would big tech play in its operations? Also, problems with academic inclusivity in the developing world, and could alternative channels of distribution soon rival the primacy of peer-reviewed journals?…
Local people getting together in co-operatives to run businesses that help local and regional economies and sustain community services.
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It was just weeks after the Velvet revolution that Richard Fidler found himself in Prague in 1990. Why did it have such a profound impact on him?
Rising temperatures are melting the permafrost that covers 65% of Russia and a quarter of the Northern Hemisphere, with disastrous effects for the people who live on it.
This week also saw the Federal Government make a dramatic shift on budget strategy. For decades the Coalition has railed against debt and deficit. Now the Treasurer says getting Australians back to work comes before getting the budget back in black.
David Speers interviews Greens Leader Adam Bandt.
David Speers interviews Greens Leader Adam Bandt, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with Jack the Insider. On the panel are News.com.au national political editor Samantha Maiden, ANU professor Mark Kenny, Triple J political reporter Shalailah Medhora and ABC state political reporter Richard Willingham.
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Reporting from China is becoming increasingly difficult for journalists. But this isn’t a challenge faced only by Western media.
An unprecedented leak of secret US Government reports has revealed how two trillion dollars of suspected dirty money snakes around the globe. This week on Background Briefing, Mario Christodoulou shows how terrorists and mobsters smuggle staggering sums of money through some of the world's largest banks - and often get away with it.This never-befor…
Public shaming has a long history in human society as way to get people to conform to the group's social norms. COVID-19 and enforced lockdowns have caused much fear and anger, and with many people now spending a lot of time on online there has been much naming, blaming and shaming.
Truly clean coal technology is not a myth, argues University of Newcastle chemical engineering researcher Dr Jessica Allen.
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This episode of ABC's 20/20 covers the case of Melanie McGuire, who is defending her innocence from prison after the 2004 murder of her husband, Bill McGuire.By ABC News
I was at the beach with my family when my brother Austin called. His schedule at Georgetown Law School had prevented him from joining us. I slipped into an empty room at the little house we were renting and listened, astonished, as he told me he was planning a trip to Syria that summer of 2012, and he was asking me to come with him. To this day, I’…
Encounter an eel nowadays, and it's likely in a sushi roll. Or maybe in your nightmares, inspired by the flesh-eating shrieking eels in The Princess Bride or the moray minions of The Little Mermaid. But perhaps the creature's reputation is in for a change. After all, unbeknownst to eels, they now have a great publicist—a medievalist who aims to tra…
Blood tests can tell us a lot about what’s going on in our bodies—from whether we’re eating too much sugar to whether we’re harboring any infectious diseases. Scientists lately have been working on ways to use similar diagnostic tools for cancer, which have the potential to dramatically increase the amount of information doctors use to figure out t…
Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S., Charlene D'Cruz and a group of other volunteer immigration attorneys traveled several days a week across the U.S. Southern border from Brownsville, Texas, to the Mexican city of Matamoros to give advice to some of the thousands of asylum seekers desperately attempting to enter the U.S. Due to the pande…
Though it’s tempting to view the courtroom sketch as a quaint relic of legal decorum, the physicality of drawing is urgent in a way that camerawork can’t always match.
Ricky Scott has voted in his home state of North Carolina for roughly 40 years. As a blind Black man, he is used to navigating various obstacles to cast a ballot, even with his state's accessible electronic voting machines. But this year he is facing an unprecedented situation: the coronavirus pandemic means that voting in person could put his heal…
When Corissa Hernandez first heard that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died, she was personally devastated. She credits Ginsburg’s advancement of women’s rights for her ability as a Latina to become a restaurant owner in Los Angeles.
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ABC News has learned President Trump intends to pick federal judge Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Lawmakers pay their final respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who became the first Jewish woman to lie in state at the Capitol Rotunda. The family of Breonna Taylor breaks their silen…
On this week’s episode, a Kentucky Grand Jury decides not to prosecute Louisville officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor, ceremonies are held for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the U.S. surpasses 200,000 Covid 19 deaths, concerns over a coronavirus vaccine approval, and California will phase out gas-powered vehicles.…
How a Sydney wine seller, buyer and importer ended up in Georgia in Joseph Stalin's wine cellar.
September's A Foreign Affair discusses US elections, COVID nationalism and Indonesia.
An idea gaining currency for the management of Covid from here on is hotspotting.Local management of outbreaks, with responses tailored to the specifics of that particular outbreak. Might this be the way that we adapt to living with the virus, without closing borders or entire cities.
The decision by the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to recognise Israel has major implications for Palestine, especially with speculation that other Arab countries will follow suit. Part 2 of a discussion begun last week.
A few years ago Paul Rusesabagina was a heroic figure, his bravery during the 1994 genocide celebrated in the film, Hotel Rwanda. Now he's in jail, accused of murder, arson and terrorism. But what is he really guilty of?
In this edition: From feared guerrilla fighter to peace maker to president-elect, Ishmael Toroama to be sworn in as president of Bougainville as the region works to gain independence from Papua New Guinea. The police in Solomon Islands continue to investigate the deaths of Australian, Trent Lee and British man Luke Atkinson who were killed when a b…
Host and ABC News royal contributor Omid Scobie runs through the latest royal news and headlines, alongside ABC foreign correspondent Maggie Rulli.By ABC News
Former coronavirus task force aide Olivia Troye discusses how Pres. Trump continuously undermined doctors on the coronavirus task force and responds to a retired lieutenant general’s claim that she’s a “disgruntled employee.” Then, actor Jeff Daniels shares what it was like to step into James Comey’s shoes in his new series “The Comey Rule.” In Hot…
What support should be on offer for the so-called COVID long haulers? Some patients who have recovered from the acute phase of the disease have found themselves still struggling with symptoms ranging from severe exhaustion and lung damage to cardiac issues and brain fog. Many argue they need more medical assistance.…
Fallout from the police shooting of Breonna Taylor. The nation remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg as America reaches a milestone: 200,000 deaths related to COVID-19. We also examine how addiction affects Americans and communities of color, and discuss spending time in space with a NASA astronaut.By ABC News
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Some of them raised their fists and called out “Black lives matter!” Others tended to the letters, flowers and signs grouped together in a square in downtown Louisville. All of them said her name: Breonna Taylor. People dismayed that the officers who shot the Black woman in her apartment during a drug raid last March wouldn’t be c…
President Donald Trump, who has long promised a “beautiful” and “phenomenal” health care plan, announced a series of largely meaningless actions on Thursday during a speech in North Carolina that effectively served as a campaign event. The most tangible proposal Trump unveiled was a vow to send $200 prescription drug discount cards to 33 million Me…
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Breonna Taylor’s family hopes FBI investigation will bring justice; Experts on how Breonna Taylor’s case may affect future police shooting casesBy ABC News
When a contagious, deadly pandemic sweeps around the globe, people look to the World Health Organization (WHO) for guidance. It’s not easy to be the person in charge under those circumstances, but as director-general of the WHO, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has led the way. Tedros, as he likes to be called, is one of the TIME100 honorees for 2020…