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Louisiana: Hoodoo & voodoo, ghosts & graves

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Louisiana: Hoodoo & voodoo, ghosts & graves

The ancestral home of Native American tribes; a sanctuary for French-speaking outcasts; and a former shelter for runaway slaves — Louisiana’s famous bayou is its lifeblood, alive with history and legend

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View from the USA: Western Values

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View from the USA: Western Values

America might be a less-divided place if tree-hugging city-slickers went a little wild and learned to embrace the rootin’ tootin’, bullet-totin’ frontier spirit

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View from the USA: American Hustle

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View from the USA: American Hustle

Las Vegas doesn’t hide from what it is — a gaudy, neon church for all our decadent, debauched and superficial cravings... and it’s all the more fun for it

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Texas: America’s last frontier

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Texas: America’s last frontier

On the border with Mexico, the Big Bend National Park in Texas is the place to experience that famous pioneer spirit — amid its empty desert and jagged mountains, beneath its dark skies and on…

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