{FD} More than half of violent crimes in the U.S. never reported to police

October has been recognized for years as National Crime Prevention Month, but if statistics from the Department of Justice are to be believed the best way for Americans to prevent criminal activity may be to simply start picking up their phone if they see something happening.

{FD} Trump must press for remains, news about American POWs from Korean War at summit, families say

What happened to the still unknown number of U.S. servicemen who disappeared during the Korean War and were never returned or accounted for? Families and experts are pressing for President Trump to bring up the heartbreaking question during a summit with Kim Jong Un that may now be back on again.

{FD} North Korea, Trump have more than nukes to discuss at historic sit-down, experts say

As President Trump prepares for a sit-down with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, denuclearization is the No. 1 priority – but it is not the only issue that needs to be addressed at a meeting that could become one of the most historic diplomatic achievements in decades.

{FD} North Korea’s rare face-to-face held in ‘truce village’ where Americans once were murdered

The history of the so-called “Truce Village” where North and South Koreans held a rare face-to-face meeting on Tuesday has a history that belies its name, and includes the murder of two American troops by North Korea soldiers — the result of an operation that began with the attempted trimming of an overgrown tree.

{FD} Iran’s brutal regime running on fumes as angry masses gather, says expert

The deadly protests gripping Iran may not be the final battle between the Islamic republic's hard-line government and its fed-up populace, but it shows the mullahs are running out of time, according to an expert who helps advise Congress.

{FD} North Korea’s other weapons: Expert warns nukes aren’t biggest concern

North Korea’s nuclear program has long triggered condemnation – including the U.N. Security Council’s recent decision to apply some of the toughest sanctions in history – but is something far more lethal lurking in the Hermit Kingdom’s arsenal?

{FD} US commandos train to capture North Korean nukes

U.S. military forces reportedly trained earlier this month for a mission that would put them on North Korean soil, with the objective of “infiltrating" and "removing weapons of mass destruction," according to foreign military sources.