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.

Court move to block sale of Hershey

BASKETBALL: Barkley's farewell after knee injury

CHARLES BARKLEY'S National Basketball Association career ended on Wednesday. Playing in Philadelphia, the city where his remarkable story began, the Houston Rockets forward ruptured a tendon in his knee and said his 16-year career was over.

The independent traveller: Street of Fame 3: PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, WASHINGTON

LIKE THE rest of the centre of Washington, Pennsylvania Avenue was carefully thought out. It was designed in 1791 by Pierre L'Enfant, who was appointed by President George Washington to plan a new purpose- built capital city on the site that had been identified on the Potomac river. L'Enfant decided to build Congress and the President's residence on two low hills, to protect them from the surrounding swamps, and he designed an avenue to link the two.

Obituary: Terry Gilkyson

TERRY GILKYSON wrote several of the biggest hit records of the early 1950s. His "Memories are Made of This" became both a well-known song and a clever catchphrase for the nostalgia boom.

SPORT ON TV: The sadist, the loving father and a knockout end

THEY DO not care much for grey areas in the full-on world that is "Dubblyer Dubblyer Eff", unless you count the eternal question of whether the whole Lycra-clad shebang is sport or entertainment. You're a good guy or you're a bad guy, and there's an end to it. But if you think that's as much as anyone needs to know about professional wrestling, you obviously didn't catch Hitman Hart (BBC2) last night.

American Times Washington, DC: Comings and goings on a mystery tour

YOU JOIN me at 8.45am at my local bus stop. It is not fully upright, thanks to the lorry that tried to do a U-turn in the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue after making a delivery to Papa John's Pizzas. The stop is shaded by an oak tree - a good thing, given the heat of Washington summers; and diversion comes from two black squirrels who live in its branches. This is good too, because the arrival of "my" bus cannot be predicted.

GEC deal faces $1bn US law suit

GEC's pounds 2.8bn takeover of the US telecoms equipment supplier, Fore Systems, ran into trouble last night after a group of shareholders in the American company launched a $1bn class action.

Flat Earth: No hiding place

It is logical to assume that if you are going to commit a robbery you should don some sort of disguise to conceal your identity. But a robber in Allentown, Pennsylvania, thought he'd be less obtrusive sans clothes.

ICI surprises with pounds 425m sale of vehicle coatings arm

ICI, the former stock market bellwether, took another step towards reducing its multi-billion pound debts yesterday when it announced the pounds 425m sale of its vehicle coatings business to PPG, the US paints giant.
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