Every day, the crossing at Douglas in Arizona sees dozens of children cross from Mexico heading to school in the US.
Court issues last minute stay of execution for Willie Manning, who was convicted of killing two students in 1992.
Prison's status remains a conundrum both for the detainees' sense of justice and for legal and moral authority of US.
A lack of mental health services hurts the homeless in the United States
According to US government figures, more than a million school aged children are without shelter.
This year's Labour Day parade was dedicated to "Cuba's friend" Hugo Chavez, as workers march in Revolution Square.
Months after super storm Sandy, displaced families are tired of politicians' promises help - they just want to go home.
Researchers in the US say robot ‘therapists” are helping fight disease that is now found in one-in-88 children born in U
Farmers in the US Midwest are once again facing difficulty after their crop is destroyed for the second year in a row.
Both officials and lawyers agree that ongoing hunger strike may be linked to lack of progress in closing the prison.
Rabble-rousing teachers in Guerrero protest against Peña Nieto's education overhaul, and movement appears to be growing.