Has the US Supreme Court's new ruling undermined a decades-old law aimed at protecting Native American families?
As the US Supreme Court has handed down major civil rights rulings, we analyse the impact on equality in the US.
As Obama has outlined his new climate plan, we ask if he will he be able to fulfill his promise of a greener future.
As the US tries to detain the whistleblower, we look at the diplomatic repercussions of tracking down Edward Snowden.
We ask how the nomination of James Comey as FBI director will impact civil liberties and US foreign policy.
We examine the US-led initiative that hopes to lift 50 million Africans out of poverty and hunger over the next decade.
As negotiations with the Taliban are set to begin, Afghan President Karzai says he will not take part if US is involved.
Have poor public services, high prices and corruption pushed the Brazilian public over the edge?
As President Obama appoints an official to edge the closing of the facility, we ask if any real progress is being made.
What are the issues behind the US decision to provide 'direct military aid' to the Syrian opposition now?
Guns, Culture and Crime in the US
What fuels the love for guns in the US?
We examine the history of gun ownership in a country where there are almost as many guns as there are people.
01 Feb 2013 15:30 GMT
Opinion: Guns, culture and common sense
Will US change its gun laws?
Why do Americans love guns?
Inside Story Americas01 Feb 2013 20:03 GMT
Are the American people as divided over the issue of gun control as their politicians?
Inside Story Americas02 Feb 2013 09:35 GMT
We travel to Baltimore to meet those trying to stop gun crime and others who say owning a gun is a matter of survival.

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