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Unemployed Ohio man's luck changes after discovering signed Picasso print

An unemployed US man was browsing at his local thrift store for items he could restore and resell when he spotted a Picasso poster. He handed over $14.14 for what he saw as a nice commercial print.

Death row Briton Ken Richey sent back to jail

A British man who spent two decades on death row in the US was sent back to prison yesterday after threatening a judge involved in his original case.

Scouts sack lesbian leader for being gay

The Boy Scouts of America has come under renewed fire over its controversial ban on gays after it sacked a Tiger Scout leader on the grounds that she was a lesbian.

Maverick Couch with the T-shirt

Protest is fine – but just this one time

A T-shirt, as everyone from John Lennon to Robbie Fowler will attest, can be one of the boldest political acts. But for every 100 "Why Always Me?" there are few quite as brave as Maverick Couch's.

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Before joining the Army Robert Bales was found guilty of a securities fraud at a brokerage firm

Soldier who killed 16 Afghans Robert Bales had debts of $1.5m

The US soldier accused of murdering 16 Afghan civilians in this month's unprovoked shooting spree was $1.5 million (£950,000), in debt and in danger of losing his home, according to reports yesterday.

John Demjanjuk leaves court last year after a judge sentenced him to five years in jail

Convicted Nazi criminal John Demjanjuk dies 

German police say John Demjanjuk, who was convicted last year of serving as a Nazi death camp guard, has died. 

Rupert Cornwell: Romney's fate may rest on Illinois result

In this gruelling Republican primary season, many a battle has been termed make or break, only for hostilities to resume the day after with the balance of forces virtually unchanged. But next Tuesday's contest in Illinois could be the exception.

Obama has learnt to talk British

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Republican race is as good as won, claims Romney

Mitt Romney's campaign team claimed yesterday that election wins in six out of 10 US states on "Super Tuesday" mean none of his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination can beat him.

Mitt Romney meets supporters at his ‘Super Tuesday’ rally in Boston

Romney's gains set to bring pain for Republicans

He triumphed on Super Tuesday – just. But doubts are growing that the front-runner can make it all the way to the White House

Dennis Kucinich greets supporters with his wife, Elizabeth, in Cleveland

'The most liberal Democrat' - Kucinich loses other Ohio contest

While the Republicans were battling it out in Ohio on Super Tuesday, the state also held primary elections for a US Senate seat. In this contest, Dennis Kucinich, the liberal gadfly in Congress who tried to have President George W Bush impeached over the Iraq war, was defeated by a fellow Democrat.

Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney holds two babies during a rally in Knoxville, Tennessee

The crucial battleground: Romney stakes all on a narrow victory in Ohio

As the frontrunner heads to the state that could make or break him, David Usborne joins him in Canton

Mitt Romney goes into tomorrow’s “Super Tuesday” boosted by his wins in Michigan and Arizona last week

Romney aims to regain aura of inevitablity as 'Super Tuesday' electoral contest looms

Exasperated with a primary process as protracted as it has been vicious, Republican Party grandees are looking to see if Mitt Romney can at last regain an aura of inevitability in tomorrow's "Super Tuesday" contests across 10 states.

Derf Backderf's 'My Friend Dahmer'

A graphic look at Jeffrey Dahmer's high-school life

Dark subject matter in graphic novels is nothing new – but a memoir about a childhood with serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is up there with the darkest of them.

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