Some tourists are spending thousands of dollars to travel to the US to get a coronavirus vaccine.
The Gilgamesh Dream Tablet was imported illegally into the US before being bought by Hobby Lobby.
Police officers gave emotional testimony about their struggles during the riot to US lawmakers.
A black Brazilian immigrant was the first person in US history to challenge segregation in a courtroom
The rapper made false claims about the life expectancy of people with HIV at a US festival.
The move, while largely symbolic, could provide a domestic boost to both the US and Iraqi leaders.
Senior Washington and Beijing officials clash on issues including sanctions, tariffs and human rights.
The withdrawal of remaining US combat troops could help Iran achieve its ambitions.
Debunking claims shared widely on social media about cremations in the UK and US vaccine statistics.
President Joe Biden’s top medical adviser says cases are rising in areas with low vaccination rates.
The famed US stand-up comedian and actor voiced Krusty the Clown’s father in The Simpsons.
The sanctions are in response to recent US sanctions on Chinese officials in Hong Kong.
The US government has tightened rules on which space-goers can claim their astronaut wings.
As burning ash pelts their vehicle, video shows firefighters in California drive through the flames.
Just 15 cells’ worth of DNA was used to track down the man suspected of killing a US girl in 1989.
The giant African land snail is known to destroy local ecosystems and can cause meningitis in humans.
There are no fans at the Azuma Stadium in Fukushima for the Olympic softball tournament, but US players are keeping their eyes out for a ticketless intruder.
Vaccinations in the US are slowing as infections rise – we’ve looked at where and why this is happening.
No instances of the rare disease had been recorded in the US since 2003.
Thomas Barrack is alleged to have lobbied the US government on behalf of the United Arab Emirates.
US climate envoy John Kerry says help from China is needed to avoid a dangerous rise in heat.
The UK, US and EU have accused China of carrying out an attack on Microsoft Exchange email servers.
Stock markets in the UK, the US and Europe fall on concerns that rising cases may impede a recovery.
The Bootleg Fire has burned an area larger than New York City and forced thousands to evacuate.
The Biden administration is investigating cases of so-called “Havana syndrome” among US officials.
Canada had a slow start on vaccinations compared to its neighbour but has now caught up to the US.
Ros Atkins explains the link between climate change and recent heat waves in the US and Canada.
The Grammy-nominated star, who recently topped the US album chart, was not injured in the incident.
The pop star tells a US court “I’m angry”, as a judge rules she can now hire her own lawyer.
The German chancellor, who first took office in the Bush era, makes a farewell visit to Washington DC.