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John Ruffo engineered one of the most outlandish frauds in American history -- a $350 million swindle. But even after his arrest, no one really knew Ruffo. When the unassuming Brooklyn computer salesman pleaded guilty in 1998 and received a 17-year prison sentence, his story was just beginning. He turned in his ankle monitor, made a final stop at an ATM, drove to JFK Airport and vanished. In Season 2, the ABC News investigative unit joins the U.S. Marshals cold-case fugitive manhunt for Ruff ...
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Police in the UK have declared the stabbing murder of British MP Sir David Amess a terrorist incident. The 69 year old was attacked during a meeting with his constituents.
Plus, political and religious developments in the Middle East, the politics of net zero in the regions and Gillian Tett on using anthropology more flexibly.
After being a Hot Topics, actors Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac join to discuss their roles in “Scenes From A Marriage,” why they reversed gender stereotypes in the series, and the real reason behind Isaac’s full frontal scene. Then, Tony Award-winning actress Patina Miller shares about starring as Kanan’s mother in the hit series “Raising Kanan,…
On the program:Holiday bookings for Fiji surge after the country announces plans to reopen its international borders.Pacific Islands delegates struggle to get to Glasgow for the COP26 climate summit.A lack of cancer drugs costs lives in Solomon Islands.And would a new malaria vaccine be viable in PNG?…
Across the country .union workers are saying enough and thousands of them are walking the picket line. How did we get to be so divided? A new book looks for the answers. You've heard of the migrant crisis on our border, but what about the one unfolding in Eastern Europe? And, Captain Kirk goes to space!…
10,000 John Deere employees are latest US workers to strike in tightening economy; Matt Damon, Ben Affleck on writing a new screenplay together after more than 20 years.By ABC News
From local school board elections to state legislatures, an impassioned nationwide debate has erupted over allegations that Critical Race Theory (CRT) is being taught in public schools. Anti-CRT bills have been passed in more than two dozen Republican-led states. What do we mean by Critical Race Theory? What are these laws aiming to accomplish? How…
An FDA advisory panel has voted to recommend Moderna boosters, and will consider Johnson & Johnson today. President Trump's allies are being threatened with criminal prosecution after refusing to testify in a congressional probe. And a Michigan town is advising residents to avoid tap water over lead concerns.…
Yamatji-Noongar story-teller Aunty Rhonda Collard-Spratt is re-imagining ancient Aboriginal stories for a new generation.
After weeks of speculation over whether the Prime Minister will go to the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow next month, Scott Morrison has confirmed he will attend.
The New South Wales Premier says anyone, from any country, can fly into the state from November 1, so long as they are vaccinated.
NSW is opening its international border earlier, allowing fully vaccinated Australians to fly into Sydney quarantine free, so what does that mean for prices? SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with aviation commentator Steve Hui.
Abdul's lawyer says the immigration department doesn't seem to believe he is truly gay, but says if he returns to Iraq he could be killed by armed militias.
Travel stocks continued their rally, after the New South Wales Premier declared the state will soon be open for international travellers accompanied with the scrapping of hotel and home quarantine from November. Elysse Morgan has more.
Small Business Secrets meets Clinton Schultz, a Gamiliaraay man living on Queensland's Gold Coast, who runs a craft brewery called SOBAH.
Taiwan is one of the world’s key economies, yet it belongs to no international organisations and isn’t a member of the UN. Why is Taiwan diplomatically isolated and how does it survive economically?
The easing of international travel restrictions is on the horizon and with it, according to Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews, increasing risks of a domestic terrorist attack.
New modelling shows that Covid-19 cases in Africa are going largely undetected, because of a lack of testing.
Six people have died in gun battles in Lebanon over clashes about a judicial probe into last year's big explosion in Beirut.
The FDA emergency panel has unanimously approved Moderna's COVID booster shot for Americans 65 and older and those with compromised immune systems. A 16-year-old boy convicted for the 2019 murder of New York City college student Tessa Majors sentenced today. Thousands of workers strike at John Deere and Kellogg, both demanding higher pay. The suppl…
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Local news is disappearing across the country. From 2008 to 2019, the percentage of people who said they got their news from local papers fell by more than half. Staff writer at The Atlantic Elaine Godfrey and political science professor Danny Hayes discuss the role local news plays in society and what happens when it erodes.…
Actress Tamera Mowry-Housley shares what she taught her kids during quarantine, co-hosting her new show “Bakers Dozen” and how she reacted to being rejected for a teen magazine cover because she was Black. In Hot Topics, Sherri Shepherd and Ana Navarro join. The panel discusses Katie Couric editing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s comments in an inter…
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It's been hard to open a news app this week without running headlong into a story about hydrogen. But for an energy source that seems to be all the rage, it's still pretty hard to come by, which might explain the generalised confusion about what it is, and how it works. Today on The Signal, we explain why everyone seems to be throwing money at hydr…
The arrival of the Delta variant really was a massive curveball that few experts saw coming.It ripped through populations overseas and quickly punched holes in Fortress Australia.It especially challenged our public health response with its incredible infectiousness and has taken hold in NSW, Victoria and ACT.But how did Delta come into existence in…
Ancient jungle cities conjure up images of vine-smothered ruins, but in their time Mayan and Amazonian urban centres maintained huge, thriving populations. These lost civilizations have a lot to teach us about how to live alongside nature.
What happened in 1911 when many brilliant minds of the era like Marie Cure and Albert Einstein meet at a conference in Brussels and what we can learn from ancient civilisations about how to live with nature.
The first Solvay Conference, held in Brussels in October 1911, was a meeting of brilliant scientific minds. Future Nobel prize winners including Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Max Planck came together to try and solve the mysteries of quantum physics. The conference not only caused a seismic shift in understanding the workings of the universe; it…
The restrictive law on abortions in Texas have forced some to cross state lines, and anti-abortion advocates hope they can change the lawBy ABC News
Australia’s aged care system needs an overhaul. The Royal Commission into aged care was very clear on that in their report. The government has promised over 17 billion dollars to respond to the commission’s recommendations. But there is much unfinished business. On Big Ideas, aged care researchers and practitioners point out missed opportunities an…
The White House publicly urges shipping companies to do whatever it takes to solve a supply chain backlog. The Department of Justice, despite opposing the death penalty, tries to convince the Supreme Court that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be executed. And devastating fires have created a new type of "climate nomads."…
After half a century entertaining audiences around the world, comedian Sir Billy Connolly is a household name. Now semi-retired after being diagnosed with Parkinson's, he's focusing on his art and music but remains one of the most influential performers of all time.By Leigh Sales
Google has affirmed its decision to ban all third-party cookies from its popular Chrome browser by the end of 2023. Cookies have long under-pinned the business model for online marketing. Some analysts are predicting a “cookiepocalypse”. But others say that’s hard to swallow. Also, the world is currently facing a global shortage of computer chips. …
The Prime Minister this week expressed frustration with social media platforms, calling them "a coward's palace," and demanding accountability. To expand on the Prime Minister's thoughts about social media and accountability, here's the latest from satirist Mark Humphries and his co-writer Evan Williams.…
After months of elderly people being unable to see family due to the COVID-19 lockdown, this week residents in aged care facilities across New South Wales finally welcomed back visitors. The visits are restricted to people who are fully vaccinated, and they must follow strict COVID checks.By Michael Atkin
Provan was an integral part of one of the greatest dynasties in sport, playing in 10 of St George's 11 consecutive premiership triumphs.
Last week 7.30 revealed allegations by a series of former elite swimmers that they had been sexually abused as teenagers by former coach John Wright. One of them was Australian Olympian, Shane Lewis, who died in February. His family believe he took his own life.By Lorna Knowles
Victoria's daily COVID cases have soared past 2,000 today - an Australian record. But despite these numbers the state government says it's still on track for reopening as early as next week when they reach 70 per cent double dose.By Leigh Sales
Harmful care might be an oxymoron but that’s how 18-year-old Oceane Campbell experienced the mental health system. She felt blamed and shamed for attempting suicide and had to re-tell her story multiple times. Twenty years on she and her once alienated mother reflect on inter-generational trauma, rape and suicide.…
Finding enough pilots who are able to get back in the skies relatively quickly if there's a surge in demand could be a major challenge.