{FD} Larry Nassar’s former boss, Michigan State Dean William Strampel, steps down

Michigan State University has now seen its first administrator resign since Larry Nassar was sentenced to 60 years in federal prison for child pornography charges and 10 counts of sexual assault.

{FD} 2 will go to trial over 36 deaths in Oakland warehouse fire

Two California men will go to trial on involuntary manslaughter charges in the deaths of 36 partygoers in the worst building fire in the U.S. in more than a decade, a judge ruled Thursday.

{FD} Judicial Watch sues FBI for records about Strzok removal

The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch announced Thursday it had requested FBI records related to the demotion of Peter Strzok from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russian activities during the 2016 presidential campaign.

{FD} California housing crisis affecting middle class the most: It’s ‘a broken system’

For all of its claims of being an economic paradise, California is a failure when it comes to housing.

{FD} Man charged in Salvation Army worker death pleads not guilty

A Cleveland man charged in the fatal shooting of a Salvation Army worker and subsequent crimes has pleaded not guilty.

{FD} Report: 80 homeless people died on Portland streets in 2016

Eighty homeless people died on the streets in the Portland metropolitan area last year, adding to a tally of more than 350 people who have perished while homeless in the past six years, local authorities said Thursday.

{FD} Virgin Atlantic is encouraging passengers to steal from business class

Go ahead, take that five-finger discount.

{FD} Navajo Code Talker Teddy Draper Sr. dies in Arizona at 96

A Navajo Code Talker who used his native language to outsmart the Japanese in World War II has died in Arizona.

{FD} North Carolina man arrested in fatal shooting of toddler

Authorities say a North Carolina man has been arrested in the shooting death of a toddler.

{FD} Long Island woman laundered money to ISIS through Bitcoin, prosecutors say

A Long Island woman was indicted Thursday after she allegedly laundered more than $85,000 through Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies overseas to the Islamic State.

{FD} University of Houston fraternity indicted for hazing

The parent organization of a University of Houston fraternity was indicted on a hazing charge Thursday that alleges pledges were deprived of adequate food, water and sleep during a three-day event where one student was body slammed and sustained a lacerated spleen.

{FD} Omarosa ousted by Kelly in White House Situation Room, despite her denials

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly personally told former “Apprentice” star Omarosa Manigault Newman that her White House employment had been terminated, despite her insistence to the contrary.

{FD} Emanuel rolls out Chicago ID for ‘undocumented’ and those ‘on the sidelines’

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has unveiled a new ID program that he says is designed to welcome the “undocumented” community and people “on the sidelines” into the city.

{FD} Feds say NY woman laundered bitcoin to aide Islamic State

A 27-year-old Long Island woman is facing federal charges of laundering bitcoin and other crypto currencies and wiring the money overseas to help Islamic State terrorists.

{FD} California man gets life in prison for suffocating 3 kids

A California man pleaded guilty Thursday to three counts of first-degree murder for suffocating his three children and to attempting to kill his wife.

{FD} Top Grammy winners of all time

U2, Beyonce and Stevie Wonder are among the artists who have won the most Grammys.

{FD} Politicians react to FCC’s net neutrality repeal

Politicians on both sides of the aisle spoke out Thursday, after the Federal Communications Commissions voted to dismantle Obama-era regulations.

{FD} Cosmo DiNardo, cousin, plead not guilty in gruesome Pennsylvania murders

Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Kratz, cousins in Pennsylvania accused in the deaths of multiple men in July, pleaded not guilty at an arraignment hearing on Thursday.

{FD} Republican Party finds the donations keep flowing

Deep-pocketed donors continue to show their support for the party establishment.

{FD} UN Security Council warns on South Sudan peace efforts

The U.N. Security Council is warning of “costs or consequences” for South Sudan’s government and opposition groups if they undermine upcoming efforts to achieve a cease-fire and implement a 2015 peace agreement.