Rob Reynolds

Rob Reynolds

United States

US reopens investigation into Emmett Till murder case from 1955

Two men, who later admitted to the civil rights-era murder that had become a symbol of racial oppression and violence, were found not guilty by an all-white jury in Mississippi.

US reopens investigation into Emmett Till murder case from 1955

US & Canada

Poor People's Campaign rally in US calls for 'moral revival'

Poverty, immigration and racism were among the issues that dominated a mass rally of activists and their supporters in Washington, DC, on Saturday.

Poor People's Campaign rally in US calls for 'moral revival'

United States

US Congress divided over immigration system overhaul

Attempts to unite the US Congress on legislation to overhaul the US immigration system have hit a major stumbling block.

US Congress divided over immigration system overhaul

US & Canada

The story of a family torn apart by Trump's immigration policies

US president has not only forcibly separated children from parents seeking asylum, but also tore apart families who have been living in country for years.

The story of a family torn apart by Trump's immigration policies

United States

US gun laws: Student bus tour calling for change

The students plan to visit 17 states on their summer-long bus tour and call it, 'the Road to Change'.

US gun laws: Student bus tour calling for change

United States

US Immigration row: Children separated from families

The Trump administration says it is seizing children and separating families as a deterrent, scaring other would-be migrant parents away.

US Immigration row: Children separated from families

US & Canada

World's largest video games expo launched in US

Gaming fans flock to Los Angeles to try out latest trends of the $138bn industry.

World's largest video games expo launched in US

Latin America

Kilauea Volcano: A month-long eruption

The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island has been erupting for 33 days, causing massive damage to homes and property.

Kilauea Volcano: A month-long eruption

US & Canada

Starbucks staff undergo racial bias training

Move comes as part of efforts to undo the damage its reputation suffered following the widely publicised arrest of two black customers at one of its stores.

Starbucks staff undergo racial bias training

US & Canada

Hawaii's Kilauea: Explosive eruption visible from space

After two weeks of earthquakes and spewing lava, Kilauea has erupted again on Thursday, this time with great intensity.

Hawaii's Kilauea: Explosive eruption visible from space

US & Canada

Kilauea volcano: Ash clouds prompt 'red alert' for aircrafts

Thundering explosions and a huge ash cloud from the crater atop Hawaii's volcano has led officials to issue a 'code red' warning for aircraft.

Kilauea volcano: Ash clouds prompt 'red alert' for aircrafts

US & Canada

American writer Tom Wolfe dies aged 88

Wolfe was one of the pioneers of a new style of journalism known as ‘the new journalism’.

American writer Tom Wolfe dies aged 88