{FD} Kim Jong Un’s top aide executed by North Korean death squad, reports suggest

A key member of Kim Jong Un’s inner circle touted as a powerful military figure mysteriously vanished from public life recently, sparking rumors he was executed by a North Korean death squad after allegations of bribery, recent reports indicated.

{FD} Wreaths Across America meets ambitious goal for Arlington National Cemetery gravesites

More than 35,000 veterans’ graves were going to start the holidays without a wreath. Wreaths Across America and the public to the rescue.

{FD} Michigan police officers handcuff screaming girl, 11, at gunpoint, video shows

Michigan police officers searching for a stabbing suspect instead handcuffed an 11-year-old girl at gunpoint while she screamed in terror — an incident caught on video that the police chief called “inappropriate” and opened an internal investigation.

{FD} Pro-ISIS poster threatens more New York City attacks, beheading of NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill

ISIS threatened to unleash more terror attacks on New York City and depicted NYPD Police Commissioner James O’Neill at the mercy of a knife-wielding jihadi fighter in a frightening new poster released Thursday — just three days after an ISIS-inspired Bangladeshi man detonated a pipe bomb in a busy subway passageway.

{FD} Mark Wahlberg named 2017’s most overpaid actor by Forbes

Mark Wahlberg made big bucks for his movies this year, but Forbes thinks he wasn’t worth the big paychecks.

{FD} Philip Seymour Hoffman’s partner Mimi O’Donnell details late actor’s horrifying drug addiction

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s longtime partner Mimi O’Donnell detailed on Wednesday the late actor’s struggle with drug addiction and how she and their children have coped with the death.

{FD} Alleged ISIS sympathizer obtained ‘terrorist propaganda’ from Chelsea bomber while in prison, report says

A New York City man accused of trying to join ISIS has been spending his time behind bars watching videos of terror group beheadings and has received more “terrorist propaganda” from Chelsea bomber Ahmad Rahimi, according to court records.

{FD} North Carolina mom pleads guilty after son, 3, freezes to death

A North Carolina mom pleaded guilty Monday to involuntary manslaughter after her 3-year-old son froze to death outside her house while she was on drugs — but she should soon be free.

{FD} George Clooney once gifted 14 friends $1M each, Rande Gerber says

George Clooney loves his friends so much — and showing it in a major way.

{FD} Mo Brooks reveals prostate cancer diagnosis in emotional House floor speech

Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., announced Wednesday he has been diagnosed with “high-risk” prostate cancer

{FD} Kim Jong Un vows more ‘quality’ nuclear weapons, honors rocket scientists

Kim Jong Un vowed to bolster the “quality” and “quantity” of North Korea’s crisis-causing nuke and missile stockpile and praised the scientists responsible for “faithfully and perfectly” constructing the Hermit Kingdom’s deadly arsenal.

{FD} Las Vegas shooting victim leaves hospital, returns home for holidays

A Maryland woman who was shot in the head during the Las Vegas mass shooting will be celebrating the holidays at her home after spending more than two months in the hospital.

{FD} Sylvester Stallone steps down from directing ‘Creed 2’

Sylvester Stallone is handing over directing duties for “Creed 2.” The 71-year-old actor announced on Monday he will not be directing the upcoming installment and tapped Stephen Caple, Jr. as the new director.

{FD} Port Authority bombing suspect’s family faces backlash after chastising authorities

Family members of the failed New York City terror bomber were blasted on social media Tuesday after they accused police of heavy-handed tactics — a charge that came mere hours after their son attempted to massacre civilians in a crowded subway passageway.

{FD} Jessica Chastain ‘surprised’ about Golden Globe nomination after speaking out about Harvey Weinstein scandal

Jessica Chastain revealed on Monday she was “surprised” about her Golden Globe nomination because she feared her outspoken view on Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct allegations would ruin her career.

{FD} Port Authority bombing suspect’s family face backlash after chastising authorities

Family members of the failed New York City terror bomber were blasted on social media Tuesday after they accused police of heavy-handed tactics — a charge that came mere hours after their son attempted to massacre civilians in a crowded subway passageway.

{FD} Port Authority bombing suspect wrote on Facebook: ‘Trump you failed to protect your nation’

The Bangladeshi man accused of strapping a pipe bomb to his body and detonating it in a subway passageway Monday wrote on Facebook before the attack that President Trump “failed to protect” the U.S. and left handwritten notes in his home saying, “O America, die in your rage,” a criminal complaint against Akayed Ullah stated.

{FD} Dennis Rodman wants North Korea, Guam basketball game for peace

Former NBA Star Dennis Rodman believes he can broker a peace deal between the United States and North Korea.

{FD} Port Authority bombing suspect rode subway with pipe bomb, family in Bangladesh questioned

The Bangladeshi man accused of strapping a pipe bomb to his body and detonating it in a subway passageway Monday rode with the device taped to his stomach during the train ride from Brooklyn to Port Authority — sitting among straphangers for nearly an hour before the blast, a report said.

{FD} Dutch model, 19, found *****, dead after falling from condo balcony in Malaysia

A 19-year-old Dutch model who was intoxicated and half...died after she reportedly plunged from a balcony at a 20th floor condominium in Malaysia last week.