'You know why they call it the American Dream? Because you gotta be asleep to believe it'
Paul Armand Rater admitted to police that he had left the little girl under a tree in the desert 'while he went for a few drinks and a cheeseburger'
Experts said the town has been struck by the Africanised honeybee, a crossbreed between the European and African honeybee
Every year, the rains arrive in southern Arizona and turn the arid desert into a home for millions of rare moths, spiders and snakes – not to mention the tens of thousands of collectors who hope to capture them. Douglas Main joins them.
Iron Man might sound like a Marvel's comic, and only a comic, but a Swiss pilot proves wrong and flies up in the skies using an engine-powered jetsuit
Tourist attractions in the US including the Grand Canyon, the Statue of Liberty, and Mount Rushmore will soon re-open, despite the continued shutdown of the country's government.
State workers deserve sympathy, but so do tourists who will be affected
The closure of so many key attractions is likely to put pressure on the museums and galleries which are open
It's one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, and the awe-inspiring sight of the Grand Canyon on any ordinary day is stunning.
Erb, says Michael Whelan, is quite the bocha player. The American invited the Scot to be his team-mate for a game – which is similar to lawn bowls – at his retirement village in Phoenix. "He's 90-something," reveals Whelan, "and he still had a killer arm on him."
America’s top law enforcement official has condemned the “Stand Your Ground” laws spotlighted by the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin and the subsequent trial of his killer, George Zimmerman.
Those killed are named as it emerges all 19 deployed last-ditch personal fire shelters to no avail
He is already considering his next death-defying feat in New York
Armchair thrill-seekers will be able to watch a high-wire walker cross the Grand Canyon, Arizona without a harness on television late tonight.
Pole vaulter is only 21 in a discipline dominated by thirtysomethings but wants to be the third woman to jump five metres
Archaeologists excavating beneath Mexico’s Temple of the Feathered Serpent have discovered hundreds of mysterious yellow orbs.