Kim Avis faced 25 charges during a short hearing at the High Court in Glasgow today.
US presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has paid for a series of Facebook adverts with false claims about chief executive Mark Zuckerberg – shining a light on the platform’s decision to allow politicians to make false statements in paid adverts.
Naga Munchetty breached BBC guidelines by criticising Donald Trump for perceived “racism”, the corporation’s complaints unit has ruled.
The original copper of the Statue of Liberty is famously green now, tarnished with the vagaries of time, but the lamp of Libertas, of welcome, still supposedly gleaming and lifted to the world.
It's 50 years ago this weekend since Neil Armstrong made history by walking on the surface of the Moon in July 1969.
A Peterhead man has admitted preying on four young American boys through a computer game while on holiday.
US marshals are continuing the hunt for an Inverness busker and street trader who was reported missing off the California coast.
Nintendo of America (NoA) has appointed a new president called Bowser, the same name as the arch-nemesis of the video game manufacturer’s perennial hero Mario.
An author who witnessed the collapse of the Twin Towers from her workplace in New York visited Aberdeen last night to explain how the experience has shaped her life and her work.
Tim Booth, the lead singer of the band James, has said Donald Trump is “incredibly dangerous” and believes today’s political landscape resembles 1930s Europe when Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party was in power.
Chrissy Teigen performed a mocking impersonation of President Donald Trump during a speech at a protest against the separation of migrant families.
Canada, the United States and Mexico have won the right to host the 2026 World Cup.
Queer Eye host Tan France believes an upcoming episode of the makeover show featuring its first transgender “hero” will combat ignorance of the trans community.
Ramsay Jones: In what warped world is the right to legally own the means of mass destruction a right worth defending?
Three events last week left me reeling. And angry. And astounded at the sheer stupidity of some of our supposed good and great.
US couple ran successful guest house in Inverness for six years… And now they are fighting being deported
A US couple ordered back to America by Amber Rudd yesterday took their fight to stay in the Highlands to the highest civil court in the land.
The American ambassador to the EU is expected to promote US interests in the trading block.
Most of us have a travel goal of road trippin’ across the United States, right? Country music blaring, feasting on burgers as we go, with never-ending views of mountains and lakes and salt flats.
President-elect Trump will “make America feel good again” - and deliver a boost to global markets - as he presses ahead with plans for a spending spree in the US, a leading asset manager has said.
Looking for an American city break this autumn?
A north-east teenager shot a security guard at a party in the US while high on drink and drugs.
It's only a year since Moray mum Gail Paterson launched what she admitted was an unlikely crusade to amass £100,000 within two months, so her daughter, Eileidh, could receive cancer treatment in America.
A 78-year-old nun was caught shoplifting $23 (£16) worth of coffee, snacks and toiletries from a shop in America, state police have said.
A Florida man has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he threw a live alligator through the drive-through window of a Wendy's restaurant.
A Labour MP has called on the Prime Minister to challenge the US after officials refused to allow a Muslim family permission to board a flight to the country from Gatwick.
Footage has emerged of a deer making a quite remarkable escape after colliding with a police car.
A 19-month-old girl has died after her two three-year-old siblings put her in an oven and turned it on.
Five US Air Force jets could remain stationed at a Moray airbase for days after a crash which left a pilot dead.
American visitors to a Moray celebration of Scotland's national drink outnumbered those of other nationalities for the first time this year.
A Forres toddler whose battle with cancer rallied thousands across the north-east to join in a fundraising effort will embark on her second trip abroad for pioneering treatment on Monday.
Flames shoot into the sky as the wooden cross turns from a dark brown to flashing orange and red. Shadows of the long pointed hats cascade across the grass while their unmissable white outfits shine brighter.
Andy Warhol was a strange, shy fellow of few words who invented an image for himself so wacky that he couldn’t be ignored.
Donald Trump has announced his intention to run for US President in the 2016 election. At a press conference this afternoon Trump told the crowds: “Ladies and gentleman, I am officially running for president of the United States and we are going to make our country great again.” More to follow.