Here are the six things to know for your day in news today, Thursday, May 22:
Missouri's Supreme Court must set a new execution date for Russell Bucklew. The US Supreme Court issued a stay and sent his appeal back to a lower court in St. Louis.
Ten years later a girl kidnapped at 15 in California has returned home. Police say Isidrio Garcia created new identities, married her and even had a child with her. She came forward after connecting with a sister on Facebook.
Who cares whether it's the Republicans or the Democrats that control Congress? According to a new Associated Press poll - no one. 90 percent of both parties say they're fed up.
The US 51 bridge connecting Wickliffe, Kentucky to Cairo, Illinois needs a replacement. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the 76-year-old structure has a 39 of 100 sufficiency rating.
A victory for the bulls. A bull fighting event in Madrid, Spain shut down after two bulls gored three different bullfighters. Everyone is expected to recover from their injuries.
It can be yours for just $30 million. The 12,000 square foot castle with 16 bedrooms in Versailles, Kentucky is on the market.
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