{FD} FBI releases 1971 letter that D.B. Cooper sleuth says could be from notorious hijacker

Newly released FBI documents pertaining to the D.B. Cooper hijacking case include a letter that may only deepen the mystery surrounding the notorious unsolved crime which marks its 46th anniversary this week.

{FD} White privilege bolstered by teaching math, university professor says

An Illinois professor argues in a newly published book for math educators that the ability to solve geometry and algebra problems perpetuates white privilege.

{FD} Abuse charges filed after 2 girls found dead on Colorado farm

Five adults are behind bars after authorities found the bodies of two children they say they were the victims of a shocking case of child abuse.

{FD} Baltimore murder crisis: 2 deaths on ‘Nobody kill Anybody’ weekend

Asking Baltimore’s criminals not to kill anyone for three days turned out to be too much to ask.

{FD} Omar Khadr: Canada pays ex-Gitmo detainee who killed US soldier millions, but soldier’s widow may never see a dime

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave Omar Khadr a big payout but the terrorist’s real victims may never see any of that money.

{FD} Myrtle Beach shooting captured on Facebook Live injures 6, suspect nabbed

A gunman shot and wounded six people near the beach in Myrtle Beach, S.C., in a shooting captured live on Facebook.

{FD} Mississippi may become fourth state to revamp execution method

Mississippi lawmakers want to bring back the firing squad, electric chair and the gas chamber as execution methods, a step three other states have taken recently but for a different reason.

{FD} Cops say man, 22, killed missing Iowa woman, hid body in her home

A missing 49-year-old woman was killed and her body hidden in her home where no one could see it, police said Friday.

{FD} Officer was wrong to arrest preacher for reading Bible at DMV, court rules

A police officer lacked probable cause to arrest a preacher for reading the Bible aloud at a local California Department of Motor Vehicle Office, an appeals court has ruled.