Officers wouldn't specify the exact nature of the discovery, but did confirm that it wasn't a suicide note. “We cannot say what it is at the moment,” a Dusseldorf police spokesman said.
The conclusion of prosecutors that a Germanwings pilot, who reportedly took a six-month break from training in 2009 due to depression, deliberately crashed Flight 9525 raises concerns about whether pilots are properly screened for psychological factors.
At least 12 people were injured, three critically, in a suspected gas explosion and seven-alarm fire in Manhattan's East Village. The "majority of those injured were injured in the initial explosion," a fire official said.
The Department of Justice has investigated allegations that several overseas DEA agents had sex parties organized by drug cartels they were investigating.
Republican senators on Thursday voted down a temporary surtax to offset the cost of fighting ISIS.
President Obama, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief and the Virginia State Attorney General joined forces Thursday against debt traps and high-cost loan products.
As airstrikes hit Yemen, “the whole world will know who the Houthis are.”