Andrew MurfettJan 31, 20142 Comments
Nothing unites America like the Super Bowl. But amid the New York glitz and TV advertising glamour, there's a dark side to one of the world's biggest sporting events.
Andrew MurfettJan 29, 20142 Comments
Hackers managed to steal data about millions of customers from retail giant Target at the tail end of last year, and the effects are still being felt. Are Americans about to get serious about personal financial security?
Andrew MurfettJan 21, 201417 Comments
Hollywood is hooked on e-cigarettes, and some health authorities in the United States believe they help people kick the tobacco habit. So why are they effectively banned in Australia?
Jan 15, 201420 Comments
A new book sheds light on how Roger Ailes and Fox News have created a culture of intense fear -- and then capitalised on it. So what do we learn about News Corporation and Rupert Murdoch?
Andrew MurfettJan 10, 20146 Comments
Has Chris Christie blown it? The Next Republican President of the United States has been hit by humiliating political scandal and a nagging sense he's simply not fit for the White House.
Andrew MurfettJan 7, 20146 Comments
Liz Cheney has quit her bid for the US Congress, leaving a gay sister still seething and her former vice-presidential father trying to heal rifts within the Republican Party.
Andrew MurfettDec 13, 201313 Comments
The minimum wage in the United States is just $7.25 an hour. For a long time that has remained unchanged and undebated -- but the workers are now rising up.
Andrew MurfettDec 5, 20131 Comment
Drones delivering books? A TV stunt on 60 Minutes is all part of a fierce retail war in the United States on "Cyber Monday". The future of retailing is very weird indeed.
Andrew MurfettNov 11, 2013
Unlike Australia, the United States has largely been sheltered from the pervasive gambling industry. But that's changing, and Americans are asking if it's for the worse.
Andrew MurfettOct 9, 20138 Comments
It was supposed to be about healthcare, but as the US government shutdown rolls on Republicans now want to talk about debt. Crikey reports from Florida where Obamacare has stalled.