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Steven Avery's Brother Gives New Details About Night of Teresa Halbach's Murder in First-Ever Interview
Originally posted 02/02/2016 09:35PM
Chelsea Handler Annoys Robot, Learns About Social Media from Khloé Kardashian in Teaser for New Netflix Series
Originally posted 01/05/2016 01:10PM
[YOUTUBE "TG1NZFz_vEM" "auto"] Chelsea Handler wants to understand how things work. So, the comedian hilariously hit up Silicon Valley.
In a trailer for her upcoming, four-part Netflix documentary series, Chelsea Does, the comedian heads to the California start-up capital to delve into all things tech.
"My whole reason for doing, like, a documentary on tech is because I don't know anything about it and it makes me so frustrated I want to throw s--- all the time," Handler says in the one-minute teaser released Tuesday.
Originally posted 12/08/2015 12:05PM
Two years ago, Cedric Tchante fled his home in Douala, Cameroon, under the cover of night. Between the torture and murder of a dear friend and the death threats against him that had expanded to his mother, it had become clear the then 28-year-old needed to get out fast and in secret.
Originally posted 11/13/2015 11:55AM
Hillary Clinton can laugh about it now – the half-creepy, half-comical spying she felt in her hotel room during her historic 1995 trip to the Beijing Women's Conference.
How To Dance in Ohio: Inside the Documentary That Follows Three Girls with Autism as They Prepare for Prom
Originally posted 10/26/2015 11:15AM
While formal dances can be a source of anxiety for many teens – questions abound from what to wear to whom to bring – they can be particularly daunting for individuals on the autism spectrum.
Originally posted 10/22/2015 10:00AM
Police Tasers are meant to save lives by curbing the use of force, but a new documentary alleges that the weapons are more dangerous than they appear and many officers who use them do not understand their potentially fatal consequences.
That's Director Colin Hanks Now: Star Makes Feature Debut with Tower Records Documentary All Things Must Pass
Originally posted 10/15/2015 05:00PM
What a week it's been for Colin Hanks.
Cheryl Burke Reveals Childhood Sexual Abuse and the 'Scariest Moment of My Life' on TLC's Breaking the Silence
Originally posted 08/30/2015 11:35PM
Cheryl Burke shed new light on the molestation she experienced as a child during TLC's documentary Breaking the Silence on Sunday.
"I still go through times when I'm down," Burke revealed. "I don't feel like I'm that strong woman that people think I am today."
Added the the former Dancing with the Stars pro: "I'm only human, and sometimes the stuff I've gone through, I think about all the time, and it just brings me back."
Jessa (Duggar) Seewald Says Sexual Abuse 'Shouldn't Be a Taboo Subject' on TLC Documentary Breaking the Silence
Originally posted 08/30/2015 11:10PM
Jessa (Duggar) Seewald and Jill (Duggar) Dillard appeared on TLC's documentary Breaking the Silence Sunday, seeking education to address the aftermath of the abuse they faced at the hands of brother Josh Duggar more than a decade ago.
The Duggar sisters' mother Michelle also participated in the sexual abuse prevention training seminar given by Darkness to Light, one of the nation's leading organizations for abuse prevention, in the wake of confirmation this past May that Josh, now 27, molested five underage girls when he was still a teenager. (His two sisters came forward as two of the victims during a conversation with Fox News's Megyn Kelly in early June.)
"I was so glad that my girls and I were able to do this together and that we could just be a support and encouragement to each other to be able to gain more information about this important topic," said Michelle, 48.
Jessa, 22, noted, "I feel like this should be a discussion people are having, even regularly. I think that it shouldn't be a taboo subject, that we should be bringing awareness to child sexual abuse and talking about this."
The seminar was especially meaningful for Jessa, who is expecting her first child on Nov. 1, and she said she learned "things I can do to be more aware, things I can do to set up boundaries and safeguards for my child and children, hopefully, in the future."
Originally posted 08/13/2015 05:55PM
Breaking the Silence teams up TLC with RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) and Darkness to Light (D2L) a nonprofit organization that works to empower people to prevent child sexual abuse and will share the stories of survivors of sexual abuse.
In an exclusive First Look clip from the one-hour special Erin Merryn opens up about being a two-time survivor and discusses her passionate fight to end abuse with Erin's Law legislation, which requires sexual abuse prevention education in public schools and has already been passed in 26 states.
"Like so many survivors, I ended up keeping it a secret for years," she says. "Now, as a mother with my own child, I want to make sure my children know how to speak up."
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