It's a city plagued by drugs and violence but now officials in Ciudad Juarez are trying to clean up its image.
The former Massachusetts governor sees Venezuela and Cuba as threats to the region, but will hope to strengthen relations with Mexico but not before completing the border fence.
The US department of agriculture says tens of millions of Americans don't know where their next meal is coming from.
Off Canada's east coast the Royal Canadian Mounted Police hunts for illicit booze smugglers.
Together, leaves, snow and weddings generated $829 million dollars for the state in 2009. The tourism industry pumps reliable money into the state’s economy. Tropical Storm Irene, however, has the potential to put a rather big dent in that number.
Thousands of Portuguese turn out at a dusty ranch in Ontario in a centuries-old tradition to run with bulls the size of a small car.
People from all over North America honour slaves who escaped to Canada and those who helped them ...
Two white beams reach impossibly high into the sky, just as two black hollows mark the places where the twin towers of the World Trade Center stood; testaments to both an absence and a resolve.
Monica Villamizar visited the navy base and prison for the ceremonies to mark the 9/11 attacks 10 years ago.
“For a couple years the boys kept asking, ‘Why do people always cry on our birthday? Why are so many people so sad on our birthday?’"
On September 11, 2001, Drost Kokoye was 10 years old. Like most other girls her age back then, she didn’t immediately understand the ramifications of the attacks, or how they would change her life.