First, the man can be heard knocking on the cockpit door, to no response. Then, as the jet plunges lower toward the French Alps, he can be heard trying to break down the door, also without success.
The mystery surrounding this week's crash of a German airliner into the French Alps deepened Wednesday with a report suggesting the pilot may have been locked out of the cockpit before the crash.
Flanked by black community leaders, one of two University of Oklahoma fraternity members expelled this month for leading a racist chant said Wednesday that he was “sorry, deeply sorry” for his actions.
No injuries were reported after a school bus carrying nine children left the road and crashed into a home in an upscale Philadelphia suburb Tuesday morning, punching through a wall like an unexploded torpedo.
The attorney for the man charged with shooting and wounding two police officers outside the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department said Tuesday that authorities had arrested the wrong person.
The man charged with shooting and wounding two police officers outside the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department this month was caught after a police informant secretly videotaped him talking about the shooting, according to court documents.
Charlottesville, Va., police announced Monday that they could find no evidence that a rape happened at a University of Virginia fraternity as described in a Rolling Stone article and said they were suspending their investigation.
The images of higher education seared themselves into the consciences of several generations: bad boys acting out, drinking too much, using too much profanity, torturing pledges, besmirching women and insulting racial groups. In recent weeks and months, fraternities in Pennsylvania and Texas,...