A school activity in the White House has moved millions of people around the world, after a girl surprised the First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, by handing her the résumé of her father, who has been unemployed for the last three years.
The debate on the negative effects of marijuana legalization in Colorado, a measure that went into effect earlier this year, returns to the spotlight, after four 10 year old students were detained after they attempted to sell the drug inside an elementary school.
FBI agents in Houston started a world-wide search to locate the victims of William James Vahey, an American teacher accused of abusing dozens of children it at least 11 different countries.
A petition to formalize the name change of the American former soldier Bradley Edward Manning to Chelsea Elizabeth Manning was approved on Wednesday by a U.S. judge, local media reported.
Oceanographers of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) found the remains of a ship in the San Francisco Bay which sank 125 years ago, 66 meters below the Golden Gate Bridge.
Colorado legislators will attempt to reinforce the laws which rule over the sale of edible products containing marijuana after two recent deaths, possibly related to consumption of these products, have caused alarm.
The U.S. government is studying the possibility of limiting the number of deportations (which in 2014 broke a historic record) of illegal immigrants without a serious criminal history, revealed American media on Tuesday, April 22.
The number of Latinos enrolled in the University of California has passed the number of Anglos for the first time, reported the California Public University System on Tuesday.
Two men were injured on Monday after a shooting near the National Zoo in northwest Washington D.C., local police reported.
At least 20 people were injured on Sunday before an Easter concert in a Florida church, when a driver lost control of her car and crashed against the building.
Two small children, a sister and a brother aged four, lost their lives on Saturday, April 19 during a fire in a New York home, which investigators think could be an accident caused by the children playing with a lighter or matches.
The U.S. Supreme Court reported that it will not listen to an appeal promoted by Arizona against a ruling which blocked the application of the controversial SB 1070 immigration law almost 4 years ago.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said last week that she is a "great defender" of immigration reform, a measure which seeks to open a path to citizenship for almost 11 million immigrants.
Mexican authorities are not contemplating extraditing Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán to the United States, a top official told Mexican media.
A Latina who in 2012 impersonated a nurse and attempted to take a newborn baby from the Garden Grove Hospital Medical Center was sentenced on Tuesday to spend 13 years in prison, guilty of kidnapping and theft.