Snail hunt? Sure. Unidentifiable street food? Don't mind if we do. Zipwire across a canyon? Bring it on! For Cathy Rogers and her family, six months on a world tour meant a chance to say 'yes' to new experiences
El Jefe – Spanish for 'the boss' – has been living in the Santa Rita Mountains for three years
Phoenix City Council will adopt a moment of silence before meetings instead of prayers to include 'all faiths'
Don Harris had called a press conference to condemn the use of racist slurs
The possibility of winning a prize is 'as exciting' as a mouthwatering pizza
America is transfixed: a ragtag bunch of gun-toting farmers is protesting against land laws by 'occupying' a wildlife refuge. With opinion divided into 'patriot' and 'idiot' camps, Tim Walker travels to the frozen wastes of Oregon to meet them
The image has been shared more than 2,000 times on Facebook
Legal push will also challenge the use of controversial sedative Midazolam in executions
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.
It was thought that the global landmark was perhaps 70million years old
Hollywood hard man could surprise voters with environment-friendly policies
'Hiking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing in New Zealand was extraordinary'
The closure of so many key attractions is likely to put pressure on the museums and galleries which are open
Retrofitted fighter will be used for 'weapons testing and other aerial training'
Series of epic fights with The Greatest went to split decisions – and he reckons he won them all
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.