The octogenarian has a crime record that dates back to 1952 and has carried out heists from Las Vegas to Monte Carlo
The 17-year-old senior at Duluth High School has been suspended for violating school rules on sexual harassment
London 2012 was a breakthrough year for disability sport, with full houses for the Paralympics. Britain’s poster boy was the wheelchair racer David Weir, who delivered the goods with four gold medals.
48-year-old, from Georgia in the USA, was jailed after calling 911 and confessing to the crime
None-superstar’s superstar two clear of the Oak Hill field
The five-year-old son of Grammy-winning R&B singer Usher has been hospitalised after nearly drowning in an Atlanta swimming pool.
Cobbled alleyways of Pamplona replaced by tracks in California, Florida and Texas
Last year wasn’t a brilliant one for the British tourist industry. Yet the future may be considerably brighter as a result. Simon Calder reports
Fight game's supreme craftsman is back after a prison term to open his account in $200m deal
US team gave child stronger, faster dose of antiretroviral drugs straight after birth
Murder-suicide has shocked Atlanta’s Sikh community
In the history of the US civil rights movement it is remembered as "the stand in the schoolhouse door" – when James Hood was admitted to the University of Alabama in June 1963 after a charged confrontation pitting the Kennedy administration against the South's most redoubtable champion of segregation, George Wallace.
Now into his ninth decade, the turbo-charged chronicler of America can't slow down.
The man who pays his way
My Paralympics: I never thought the Games would achieve the interest it has
As a five-time Paralympian, Sascha Kindred has witnessed first hand how the event's profile has soared over recent editions, but for the 34-year-old the rewards are still solely to be found in the pool.