News An image released by the Freeland Police Department of Anthony Lescowitch, in Freeland, Pennsylvania. He was arrested by police shortly after he shared a wanted photo posted by the Freeland Police Department of himself on his Facebook page

After two months on the run from the police, one criminal decided to celebrate by sharing a wanted picture of himself on Facebook - before being arrested hours later.

Gregory and Sandi Leeson are thoroughly creeped out by their 113-year-old Victorian home; they have described their home as 'slightly haunted'

The ghost of an idea: Couple advertises home as 'slightly haunted'

Faced with a scary housing market, one American couple has found a novel way to attract interest

Colleen LaRose and her attorney Mark Wilson, right, are shown in this courtroom sketch during her sentencing hearing in Philadelphia

‘Jihad Jane’ Colleen LaRose jailed over plot to kill cartoonist Lars Vilks

A US woman involved in a plot to kill a Swedish artist who had allegedly offended Muslims has been jailed for 10 years.

US police officer arrested for allegedly pepper-spraying his girlfriend's son

State trooper Ernest Boatright is accused of child endangerment and harassment

Doggy Styling, Channel 4 - TV review

We got an introduction to the competitive world of extreme creative dog grooming in the documentary Doggy Styling on Channel 4 last night.

Radio Days: The golden age of AM is long gone but it’s cherished by many Americans

Turning up the voice of America

The warm crackle and hiss of AM radio lives on in the US, and is about to get a boost that could put it back at the heart of communities

Brain networks in males (upper) and in females (lower)

The hardwired difference between male and female brains could explain why men are 'better at map reading'

And why women are 'better at remembering a conversation'

Protests over drilling in Balcombe, West Sussex, earlier this year

Exclusive: US oil giant Halliburton lined up as potential fracking partner

Deepwater Horizon disaster firm hold talks with company planning to drill for oil and gas in South Downs National Park

Darren Barker will face Felix Sturm in his first defence of his IBF Middleweight title

Boxing: Felix Sturm test up first for Darren Barker

England's Darren Barker will make the first defence of his IBF middleweight title against Germany's Felix Sturm in Stuttgart on 7 December.

Christopher Tappin, with his wife Elaine

Jailed businessman Christopher Tappin to complete sentence in the UK

The former freight company boss found guilty of selling missile batteries to Iran returns from the US to serve the remaining 14 months of his sentence.

Veteran Vikings quarterback Matt Cassel, right, shone on his comeback game

American Football: Peterson helps Minnesota Vikings paint Wembley purple in win over Pittsburgh Steelers

Adopted home side for the week get off the mark with thrilling win in first of two London games this season

From left to right: U.S. President Barack Obama, U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey stand during a ceremony in observance of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 at the Pentagon

9/11 commemorations: US attention turns to Ground Zero on anniversary of al-Qa'ida attacks

President Barack Obama leads nation in moment of silence, as commemoration ceremonies take place in New York, the Pentagon and the Flight 93 memorial in Pennsylvania

Jim Armitage: Desolation of Motor City carries a warning for other American cities as Detroit files for bankruptcy

Bondholders and unions will see Detroit as a test-case for cash-strapped cities

Chris Reynolds briefly becomes world's richest person after PayPal 'credits' him with $92 quadrillion

Chris Reynolds became one thousand times wealthier than the total combined GDP of the whole planet

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Marshall Lytle, the upright bass player for Bill Haley and His Comets, was the most enthusiastic musician that anyone could possibly meet. He lived for his music and, up until he retired through ill health in 2009, he was recreating his "slap bass" sound and indulging in comic showmanship. He gave the impression that he had made his last hit record yesterday; in his mind, it was always 1955.

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Dame Jenny Abramsky: 'We have to rethink. If not, museums and parks will close'

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