John Hendren

John Hendren

Jamal Khashoggi

US journalists create annual address in Jamal Khashoggi's honour

Six months after Saudi journalist's murder, Indiana State University hosts annual address on the state of journalism.

US journalists create annual address in Jamal Khashoggi's honour

United States

US opioid epidemic: Study warns about 'third wave' of fentanyl

While most victims are white, overdose deaths are rising faster among black people and Latino Americans.

US opioid epidemic: Study warns about 'third wave' of fentanyl

US & Canada

Ohio: Trump touts manufacturing job growth, criticises GM

Trump touts his achievements in creating manufacturing jobs, but the situation in the car industry is looking shaky.

Ohio: Trump touts manufacturing job growth, criticises GM

United States

US gun violence: Chicago group aims to stop shootings

In one of the United States's deadliest cities, a group is attempting to curb gun crime by working with community.

US gun violence: Chicago group aims to stop shootings

United States

Why are young US students carrying guns to school?

Young students are carrying guns to school in Chicago 'to protect' themselves.

Why are young US students carrying guns to school?

US & Canada

Chimpanzees go into retirement as US ends animal testing

From laboratory to sanctuary, we meet the chimpanzees getting a new lease on life.

Chimpanzees go into retirement as US ends animal testing

US & Canada

At CPAC in Maryland, Trump is a conservative hero

At the Conservative Political Action Conference, Donald Trump finds support despite Michael Cohen's testimony.

At CPAC in Maryland, Trump is a conservative hero

US & Canada

How Americans reacted to Michael Cohen's testimony

The US productivity plunged as Americans watched former Trump aide's congressional hearing.

How Americans reacted to Michael Cohen's testimony

US & Canada

Democrats challenge Trump's state of emergency move over wall

Democrats hit back at US president's state of emergency declaration over the building of border wall with Mexico.

Democrats challenge Trump's state of emergency move over wall

United States

General Motors sued, accused of ignoring racism

How racism and death threats led a group of people to sue US car giant General Motors.

General Motors sued, accused of ignoring racism

US & Canada

Americans react positively to Trump's State of the Union address

For many in the United States, President Trump's speech was more popular than the man who delivered it.

Americans react positively to Trump's State of the Union address

United States

Self-driving cars showcased at Detroit Auto Show

Some of them are already being tested, delivering pizzas, groceries, and people to their destinations.

Self-driving cars showcased at Detroit Auto Show