With little over two months of work before the "4th of July" recess, the U.S. House of Representatives, dominated by Republicans, provided a harsh counter against Democrats by rejecting an amendment which pretended to bring back the debate on immigration reform on Wednesday.
Four people dead, among them the shooter, and 16 injured is the preliminary outcome of a shooting which happened yesterday at the Fort Hood military base in Texas, authorities reported.
With 550 ft. of height and 28 gondolas, the High Roller, the tallest Ferris wheel ever created, was officially inaugurated on Monday in Las Vegas, for the enjoyment of the thousands of visitors to the city of neon lights and casinos.
On Monday, March 31, the trial against a woman accused of murdering her boyfriend by stabbing him in the face with her stilettos at least 25 time last June began in Houston, local media reported.
Four undocumented immigrants lost their lives and three other were injured on Sunday in a car accident on Highway 40 on the Mojave Desert, local media reported.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected on Monday an appeal made by the lawyers of Ramiro Hernández Llanes, a Mexican national that will be executed in Texas on April 9.
A 14-year-old talented student has reached the conclusion that the U.S. government could save almost $400 million dollars annually with the simple action of changing the type of font used in official documents.
Jersey Vargas, a 10-year-old Mexican girl who traveled to Rome to ask Pope Francis to ask President Obama to stop the deportations from the United States, returned home to find a huge surprise.
A police officer of Kansas City received a public award last Thursday, March 27 for his extraordinary actions by saving two small girls who were being drowned by their own mother.
An 86-year-old man took his life after shooting his grandson and his grandson's girlfriend in Staten Island, New York, local authorities reported.
Nine days after a landslide destroyed the rural community of Oso in Washington, rescue teams continue to search for survivors in the 1.6 square kilometers along state route 530 which were affected.
Two firemen lost their lives on Wednesday as they attempted to put out a fire in a residence in Back Bay, Boston, while 18 other people were injured, local media reported.
After first estimates spoke of at least 170 people missing after the landslides on Saturday in a rural community near Oso, Washington authorities reduced the number to 90 and 35 they're not sure were at the place when the incident happened, while the number of fatal victims has gone up to 25.
Mexican activist Elvira Arellano, who returned to the United States last Wednesday, March 19 thanks to a humanitarian visa, led her first protest against deportations in Chicago on Thursday, March 27
US Border Patrol agents managed to rescue various illegal immigrants last weekend who had been abandoned by drug trafficking gangs in Arizona, local media reported.