While America and Great Britain share a lot in common, certain cultural aspects on both sides can be baffling for either country.
Spanish Football Federation president Luis Rubiales has described LaLiga plans to stage a game in America next January as “an invasion of that country”.
Gambling group William Hill has agreed a tie-up with US casino giant Eldorado in its boldest move yet to tap into the liberalised American market.
A professor at Abertay University has modified one of the world's most popular – and Dundee-invented – video games to reflect the horrors of gun crime culture.
An inspirational young dancer from Perth will be a star guest at an awards ceremony in London on Tuesday.
Fake US versions of national treasures like the Arbroath Smokie will flood the market if Britain gives in to the demands of American business, say Dundee campaigners.
When she was about 11 years old, Stacy Cohen sat outside her family home and watched in wonder as a line of dishevelled teenagers and musicians shambled passed.
At Edinburgh airport the chief drinks coffee and I sip peppermint tea when a man in a luminous lime-green T shirt plonks himself down next to us.
An adventurous Kinross businessman is to cycle coast to coast across America for charity.
In what might prove to be the biggest and most impacting action Trump will make on immigration in his first year as President, the US will no longer protect children that have arrived in the country illegally as of March 2018