A north-east youngster joined big names from across Scotland to celebrate his roots in the Big Apple as part of New York City Tartan Day.
Lake Michigan has formed thousands of ice shards as spring begins to melt the frost caused by a polar vortex.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said Ireland needs its friends in the United States “more so than ever” during these uncertain times.
A woman from Fontana, California, is receiving praise on social media after she paid for a whole line of firefighters when they were queuing to buy frozen yoghurt.
England drew 2-2 with world champions the United States in their second game at the SheBelieves Cup in Nashville.
The risk of developing an obesity-related cancer is increasing for millennials in the US, according to a new study.
Many animals are known for thriving in cold weather, but it might come as a surprise to see river otters playing happily with blocks of snow.
A woman captured dramatic video as she drove through flames trying to flee a devastating wildfire in California.
A north-east castle is to fly the US flag for the first time as part of a new twinning agreement linking towns in two different countries.
An American hunter who caused outrage after posting photos of goats and sheep she killed on a Hebridean island has taunted critics by launching a range of T-shirts celebrating the controversy.
It is one of the year’s most eagerly-anticipated films: First Man, starring Ryan Gosling as the American astronaut, Neil Armstrong, who walked on to the surface of the Moon in July 1969.
The path to Europe’s handsome 17.5-10.5 Ryder Cup victory was set when the team were at their lowest ebb – 3-0 down on the opening morning, according to captain Thomas Bjorn.
Riding the passion of the perennial Ryder Cup hero Ian Poulter beating the world No 1 and the new star Jon Rahm taking down the greatest of them all, Thomas Bjorn’s Europe withstood a mid-afternoon wobble to reclaim the Ryder Cup amid ecstatic scenes at Le Golf National.
An American couple who have been battling deportation from their Inverness home have told how they were “in tears” when an immigration judge said they could stay in the UK.
America’s Ambassador to the UK has said moves to make the North Sea more efficient are “something to feel good about”.
Aberdeen welcomed its first three-day Women in Engineering conference yesterday, supported by US oil giant Chevron.
Inverness College UHI has recently welcomed a group of more than 50 US based students as part of a bespoke study abroad programme.
David Beckham posted a picture of himself and wife Victoria smiling in a restaurant, a week after the pair were forced to deny rumours their marriage was experiencing difficulties.
Canada, the United States and Mexico have won the right to host the 2026 World Cup.
A US voter has been in touch with a north-east councillor asking him to stand down - after confusing him for a candidate in the California governor’s race.
US police have filed documents with the courts alleging a north-east man preyed on a young boy over video games.
Controversial top secret flights carrying Dounreay’s deadly nuclear waste from Scotland to the USA resumed at the weekend.
Relatives of a US soldier who washed up on a Scottish island after his ship was involved in an accident have met the great-granddaughter of a man who saved him - 100 years later.
Recent polling from YouGov has reported that Britons are split over the decision to take military action against Syria.
Controversial flights carrying Dounreay’s deadly nuclear waste from Scotland to the USA will continue until late next year.
A north-east sex offender who was jailed for preying on a young boy has been flown to the US to face fresh criminal charges.
Ramsay Jones: In the US, the freedom being most furiously defended is the right to kill – not the right to live
No less than 43,000 people were killed in Britain during the blitz of World War II.
A Marine conservation researcher from the Isle of Skye has travelled across the ocean to learn about whale entanglement after winning a prestigious fellowship award.
Donald Trump has been described as “a semi-literate child” by an aide, according to journalist Michael Wolff in his book the Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.
An Oban grandmother says she is “lucky to be alive” after being seriously injured in a hit-and-run in the United States.
I got it wrong about Donald Trump. I even tweeted an apology. How on Earth could I have believed what had been reported about him? But I did.
On Friday, Esteban Santiago arrived at Fort Lauderdale airport, pulled a gun from his luggage and opened fire in the baggage claim area.