John Hendren

John Hendren

US & Canada

US oil prices: Markets rally but still far from 2020 peak

Oil prices show some signs of recovery thanks to improving demand and production cuts by key energy producers.

US oil prices: Markets rally but still far from 2020 peak

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US car plants reopen, workers return to factories

As leading car manufacturers reopen after COVID-19 curbs, questions remain over demand.

US car plants reopen, workers return to factories

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US autoworkers back on assembly lines as car sales plummet

Across United States, unsold cars by the thousands sit idle, competing with cheaper, used cars.

US autoworkers back on assembly lines as car sales plummet

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US sees biggest food price rises in 46 years

Price hikes put more pressure on Americans struggling to make ends meet with more than 36 million people out of work.

US sees biggest food price rises in 46 years

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US elections: Partisan disagreement over postal voting

The battle over how Americans will vote has evolved into a partisan conflict.

US elections: Partisan disagreement over postal voting

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COVID-19 destroys US livelihoods

More than 30 million people have filed for unemployment relief in the United States since March.

COVID-19 destroys US livelihoods

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Pandemic fallout: Health experts warn of mental illness surge

Experts say addiction is a disease of isolation, and quarantining and social distancing increase the risk of relapse.

Pandemic fallout: Health experts warn of mental illness surge

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US companies face bankruptcy over crash

US oil prices have dropped to their lowest level in two decades as concerns over coronavirus eclipsed a deal to cut output.

US companies face bankruptcy over crash

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Easter Sunday in the US: Religious services take on a sombre tone

Across the US, it was a sombre, largely silent Easter as millions of Christians celebrated in a nation that has fallen on hard times.

Easter Sunday in the US: Religious services take on a sombre tone

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US city of Detroit is new COVID-19 hotspot

With more than 20,000 cases in the city, they are hoping to get patients into newly built field hospitals as soon as possible.

US city of Detroit is new COVID-19 hotspot

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Wisconsin poll raises health concerns as vote-by-mail calls grow

Wisconsin voters on Tuesday gathered by the thousands to cast their ballots despite a deadly global pandemic.

Wisconsin poll raises health concerns as vote-by-mail calls grow

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US Supreme Court blocks attempt to delay voting in Wisconsin primary

Order leaves many in the state in chaos, uncertainty and fear over coronavirus pandemic.

US Supreme Court blocks attempt to delay voting in Wisconsin primary