US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says he will develop a “tracking system” to remove illegal immigrants who outstay their visas.
A photography project takes on a deeper meaning for a father whose son has Down’s Syndrome
American Football player Colin Kaepernick refuses to stand for the national anthem at a game in protest against what he sees as racial injustice.
Two men in a remote indigenous community in Canada find out they were switched at birth in a government-run hospital 41 years ago.
Republican governor caps controversial 72 hours by saying people of colour are “the enemy” of his state.
The University of North Carolina must allow transgender students and staff to use toilets that match their gender identity, a judge rules.
US President Barack Obama expands a national monument off Hawaii, creating the world’s largest marine reserve.
US vice president Joe Biden announces plans to lend railway operator Amtrak $2.45bn (£1.86bn) to expand services and make upgrades.
An elderly Canadian couple who have been married for 62 years are forced to live in separate care homes.
The case for raising US interest rates has “strengthened”, the head of the Federal Reserve Janet Yellen says.
Ryan Lochte has no plans to publically respond despite Brazilian police charging him with making a false statement over a robbery, his lawyer says.
Toronto police charge a 35-year-old man after three people were found dead in a suspected crossbow attack.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin warns Republican Donald Trump of “massive disappointment” if he backs down on his plan to deport undocumented immigrants.
Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper resigns his seat in Parliament and departs from the Canadian political stage after more than 20 years.
A new term at the University of Texas starts with a campaign against a new law allowing students to carry a pistol in class.
A Starbucks cafe was one of several buildings destroyed after being hit by a tornado, in the town of Kokomo, Indianapolis. Only minor injuries have been reported in the area.
Canada’s largest annual fair installs gender-neutral toilets with new signs that read “we don’t care”.
Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage addresses supporters of US presidential candidate Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Mississippi.