Glenn Ford, the longest-serving death row inmate in the US, has been exonerated of his murder charge and freed from prison.
Surveillance cameras reveal how the Tsarnaev brothers calmly planted and detonated pressure-cooker bombs.
Barack Obama has been bent on opening a pathway to citizenship for foreigners, even illegal ones.
It began with doctors trying to help their patients but has turned into an epidemic of addiction. Ed Pilkington reports.
Obama has a variety of different routes to victory on November 6, but Romney's hopes are next to moribund unless he wins in Ohio.
The BBC is in the middle of a growing scandal involving a television host who was once one of its highest-profile stars.
On the online political battlefield, US president Barack Obama beats his rival for the hands down, write Ed Pilkington & Amanda Michel.
More than half the babies under the age of one are now likely to be Hispanic, black or Asian, writes Ed Pilkington.
The brutal contest for the Republican nomination hints at deeper divisions among US conservatives.
A controversial Bill that targets illegal Latinos is setting a precedent for other conservative states in the United States.