Her Street Books project finds avid readers among the homeless of Portland, Oregon.
Two Oklahoma women claim their late relative, Lynn Doyle Cooper, is the real 'D.B. Cooper,' who plotted a hijack heist on Thanksgiving Day 1971, the only unsolved skyjacking in US history.
D.B. Cooper, as he has since become known, in 1971 hijacked a plane bound for Seattle, got $200,000 and a parachute in ransom for passengers, then jumped out into a stormy night. D.B. Cooper has never been found. The FBI says it has a new clue.
Readers write in to join the dialogue on whether the US military still has a clear purpose.
Groupon's success causes credit-card giant to initiate daily deals program: Groupon-like offers, but you don't have to pay upfront.
Jon Anderson keeps his summer tour smaller and more intimate than his former band Yes, who are hitting the road with classic rock legends Styx. The former Yes lead singer begins his tour July 9 at the Vancouver Island Musicfest in Canada.
The use of informants and sting operations has become a major tool in the fight against domestic terrorism, illustrated in the arrest of two men charged with plotting an attack on a military facility.
Passions are high. Crowds are big. Alcohol is consumed. That can be the toxic mix that sparks rioting at or after big sporting events – a phenomenon that can feed on itself by drawing in those who are at first bystanders, experts say. The history of fans turning rabid is a long one, with a new chapter added Wednesday night in Vancouver, where street riots erupted toward the end of pro hockey’s Stanley Cup final. No deaths were reported, but more than 100 people were injured, according to the Toronto Sun. Here are five notable riots linked to sporting events through history.