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What Happened to Amelia Earhart, Jimmy Hoffa and D.B . Cooper ?
After a tip from an informant last month, police in Michigan dug up a driveway in the Detroit suburbs in hopes of finding Jimmy Hoffa's body, only to ultimately come up empty-handed . But for a few days, the unsolved mystery of Hoffa's disappearance once again captivated the country. Hoffa, who
Nov. 24: D.B . Cooper Hijacks Plane
On this day in 1971, an unassuming man wearing a business suit who appeared to be in his mid-40s hijacked and threatened to blow up a Northwest Orient Airlines plane traveling from Portland, Ore., to Seattle if he did not get four parachutes and a...
After 9/11: Are We Safer in the Air?
Do you remember how much courage it took to get on a plane in the weeks and months following 9/11? One of the first things a United pilot did when he returned to flying that September was to thank his passengers for their bravery; he also urged them to "stand up, together" against terrorists. The
D.B . Cooper DNA Results: 'Not A Match'
Perhaps the last, best forensic evidence in the case of infamous hijacker D.B. Cooper has proved to be just another inconclusive, frustrating lead in the decades-long investigation. The FBI said the DNA found on the hijacker's clip-on tie and DNA taken from the daughter of potential suspect Lynn D.
D.B . Cooper Mystery: Marla Cooper's Mom Comes Forward About Brother-in-law
Mother of Marla Cooper Also Believes Brother-in-law is the Infamous Skyjacker
D.B . Cooper Exclusive: Did Niece Provide Key Evidence?
A Woman Claiming to be the Niece of the Notorious Hijacker may Provide the key to Unraveling a 40-Year-Old Mystery
FBI Uncovers a Possible New Suspect in D.B . Cooper Hijacking
FBI officials have yet to name the Pacific Northwest man suspected of possibly being the fugitive who parachuted from a plane in 1971 with $200,000 in hand because they're unsure that the man, who's dead, was the alleged skyjacker. Forty years after the infamous fugitive known as D.B. Cooper
FBI Has New Lead in the Case of the Infamous Plane-Hijacking Fugitive D.B . Cooper
Forty years after the infamous fugitive known as D.B. Cooper parachuted out of a plane over Washington state with $200,000 in hand, never to be seen again, the FBI has a new suspect they are calling their "most promising" lead to date in the nation's only unsolved commercial airplane hijacking. The
On Debt Ceiling Debates, Non-Denial Denials and Non-Default Defaults
In 1980, Republican presidential nominee Ronald Reagan asked the American people: "Are you better off than you were four years ago….Is America more respected?" Fast forward to the cyber era of 2011, where anything less than real time is considered "so two weeks ago," and weeks seem like dog years:
Flying Naked: What Happened to Airplane Civility?
Did you hear the one about the naked fliers? No, this isn't a joke, it actually happened this summer: There were these two fellows -- one on US Airways , one on Southwest -- who felt compelled to take off all their clothes in midflight. Must have been disconcerting for the other passengers