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John Terrett

John Terrett is a Washington DC based correspondent for al Jazeera English

Americas

9/11 museum met with mixed feelings

Storage of unidentified remains and entry fees are some of the controversies when New York museum opens to the public.

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Islanders fire up over telecom giant's plans

Verizon wire replacement push hits inhabitants of New York's Fire Island hard.

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3D printing could make anyone a gun maker

Authorities worry that criminals will get hold of printing machines and make their own weapons.

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Mississippi supreme court halts execution

Court issues last minute stay of execution for Willie Manning, who was convicted of killing two students in 1992.

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Facing hard times in US Midwest

Farmers in the US Midwest are once again facing difficulty after their crop is destroyed for the second year in a row.

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Guns N' Races in Texas

Debate over gun control invades the sporting arena as gun lobby sponsors key NASCAR race.

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Protesting US 'Right To Work' law

Michigan, once a bastion of union labour in the US, has become the 24th state to adopt "Right To Work" laws

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Deported dad wins custody of kids

After a long legal battle, Felipe Montes - who was deported to Mexico in 2010 - will be reunited with his three sons.

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Real film survives in the digital age

A huge community of photographers love real film, and at least two global companies are driving the hobby.

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Crabbing by tablet

Crabbers in the US are replacing traditional means for new ways to log catches

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The ‘Frankenstorm’ this way comes

Hurricane Sandy is expected to meet with another storm and cold front from Canada, posing larger threat to US coast.

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Flight to vote in Venezuela elections

Venezuelans in the US hoping for a change in their country's leadership cast their ballots in New Orleans.