John Hendren

John Hendren

US & Canada

Fans mark 40 years since death of Elvis Presley

Forty years have passed since the death of Elvis Presley, who passed away aged 42. Dubbed the King of Rock and Roll, many wonder if he can still claim the title.

Fans mark 40 years since death of Elvis Presley

United States

Suburban America is on a steady decline

Many millennials in suburban areas in the US are choosing to live in the centre of cities, with those numbers rising rapidly.

Suburban America is on a steady decline

US & Canada

Five years after NASA rover landed on Mars

It has been five years since NASA's Mars Curiosity rover landed on the red planet. The mission is helping determine whether Mars has ever been or could be capable of sustaining life.

Five years after NASA rover landed on Mars

United States

US wages lag behind even after boost in demand for labour

The unemployment rate in the US is the lowest in 10 years according to the labour department. But while jobs across the country are growing, paychecks are not. Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Baltimore.

US wages lag behind even after boost in demand for labour

US & Canada

American award-winning playwright Sam Shepard dies at 73

The American actor and award-winning playwright Sam Shepard has died, aged 73.

American award-winning playwright Sam Shepard dies at 73

US & Canada

Remembering the Detroit riots 50 years on

Sunday marks the 50-year anniversary of one of the worst civil disturbances in US history.

Remembering the Detroit riots 50 years on

US & Canada

Detroit fears Trump will reverse its economic revival

Administration is planning to cut back on aid to cities such as Detroit, which has left many worried that its revival will not last.

Detroit fears Trump will reverse its economic revival

US & Canada

Over 40 US states resist election probe by White House commission

More than 40 US states are refusing to hand over data on millions of voters to a White House commission investigating alleged electoral fraud.

Over 40 US states resist election probe by White House commission

US & Canada

Videos of US police killings fail to bring justice

Securing a conviction, even when the killing is caught on camera, is notoriously difficult.

Videos of US police killings fail to bring justice

US & Canada

US farmers say sand mining destroying environment

Farmers in the US say the booming sand-mining industry is threatening their future. The sand is vital to help extract oil and gas from deep underground.

US farmers say sand mining destroying environment

US & Canada

Alibaba seeks to link US and Chinese businesses

The Chinese online sales company Alibaba is one of the global giants of e-commerce. It dwarfs Amazon in transactions - 278 million on its biggest day compared with 37 million on Amazon’s busiest.

Alibaba seeks to link US and Chinese businesses

Middle East

US issues arrest warrants for 12 Turkish security agents

Turkey's foreign ministry has summoned the US ambassador to complain about arrest warrants issued for 12 Turkish security agents. US police say they were involved in a brawl outside the Turkish embassy in Washington.

US issues arrest warrants for 12 Turkish security agents