Nick O'Malley is the United States correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Nick O'Malley Richard Rhodes, who was first on the scene after Australian Chris Lane was shot in Duncan, Oklahoma, tells US correspondent Nick O'Malley what happened next.
Nick O'Malley As Chris Lane struggled to take his last breaths on a dry, grassy roadside, three people, strangers to one another and to Lane, battled to save his life.
Nick O'Malley Chris Lane was murdered as a part of a gang initiation, according to James Johnson, the father of a boy who was also allegedly targeted by the three youths accused of killing Mr Lane.
Nick O'Malley James Johnson, the man who called the police on Chris Lane's alleged killers, says his own son Christopher was on a gang hit list.
Nick O'Malley Duncan, Oklahoma: On the counter of a gun shop lies a copy of the local paper, the Duncan Banner. At the top of the front page is a story about the shooting of Chris Lane, below is a story about...
Nick O'Malley The Oklahoma high school where the three boys accused of the drive-by murder of Australian baseballer Chris Lane attended has added extra security after "anonymous threats" made in the hours after...
Nick O'Malley The boys looked terribly young and more stunned than scared when they were led individually into a packed courtroom in rural Oklahoma to face charges over the murder of Christopher Lane, an...
Nick O'Malley Two of the three boys who allegedly shot dead Australian baseballer Chris Lane have been charged with first-degree murder.
Nick O'Malley Standing on the drying strip of curbside grass on Country Club Road where Chris Lane died on Friday afternoon, his partner, Sarah Harper could only bring herself to say a few words this morning.
Nick O'Malley When Chris Lane jogged past the three boys on Country Club Road in the town of Duncan in southern Oklahoma, they did not see a young man, says the local chief of police, Danny Ford, but a target.
Nick O'Malley Anthony Weiner has gone gonzo. No one watching the former congressman's campaign to become the Democratic candidate for this year's New York City mayoral election believes he has a chance.
Nick O'Malley United States correspondent Nick O'Malley goes on the campaign trail in August with Anthony Weiner, the sexting scandal plagued runner for the New York City Democratic mayoral primary.
Nick O'Malley The red stains spread out across the maps of the US like bruises or the ink blots of a Rorschach test.
Nick O'Malley The first call came in at 9am on a Saturday and did not excite Bob Woodward much. A group of men had been caught breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate building...
Nick O'Malley Sure, the flight of readers to online competitors hurt America's newspapers, but it was the prostitutes that really crippled them, and this probably takes some explaining.
Nick O'Malley New York city's politics turned so weird last week that the campaign spokeswoman of a man who has admitted to dropping $15,000 on hookers accused another candidate of being a bad husband, and...
Nick O'Malley Detroit may have been declared bankrupt but, in the midst of the decay, the Motor City's heart is revving back to life.
Nick O'Malley Despite an $18.5-billion debt and bankruptcy, there is a glimmer of hope for Detroit.
Nick O'Malley For the first time as President he sought to explain in some detail the black perspective to a broad American audience from his own experience.
Nick O'Malley A few years ago, when you headed from Bismarck in central North Dakota up towards Williston in the state's north-west, it might have seemed you were heading from nowhere to nothing.