As two mass shootings brought the issue of gun control back to the forefront of US public debate, one man’s unlikely defence of the second amendment – the right to bear arms – has gone viral.
Nintendo of America (NoA) has appointed a new president called Bowser, the same name as the arch-nemesis of the video game manufacturer’s perennial hero Mario.
Tim Booth, the lead singer of the band James, has said Donald Trump is “incredibly dangerous” and believes today’s political landscape resembles 1930s Europe when Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party was in power.
Chrissy Teigen performed a mocking impersonation of President Donald Trump during a speech at a protest against the separation of migrant families.
Starting in August, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the United States will begin testing a new system for scanning drivers’ faces as they enter and exit the country.
Queer Eye host Tan France believes an upcoming episode of the makeover show featuring its first transgender “hero” will combat ignorance of the trans community.
A 10-year-old girl sets off for America today, for her latest round of treatment in her fight against cancer.
The British parents of two “inseparable” brothers killed in the Grand Canyon helicopter crash said they feel “blessed to have had them” in their lives.
A low-cost airline is offering flights from Scotland to the US for less than £100.
D&A College staff welcomed two US visitors to Gardyne Campus as part of an educational exchange partnership with Northern Virginia Community College.
Within a few hours on Sunday morning Omar Mateen established himself as the deadliest gunman in American history.
A historic deal to take Dundee’s home match with Celtic to the United States next season is almost done, the Tele can exclusively reveal.
British travellers could be caught out by new rules which govern the type of passport needed for entry to the US.
A woman jumped from her moving car after discovering a spider on her shoulder, leading to a crash that injured her nine-year-old son.