{FD} Ex-CIA agents search for sunken cocaine submarine used by Pablo Escobar’s cartel

Two former CIA agents have purportedly discovered the whereabouts a sunken submarine used by late drug kingpin Pablo Escobar’s Medellín Cartel to smuggle cocaine from Colombia to Puerto Rico.

{FD} On 50th anniversary of capture by North Korea, USS Pueblo crew still feels scars

Instead of a mission lasting 22 days, 83 crewmen aboard the Pueblo would spend 11 grueling months away from their home port – most of it spent in North Korean prisoner of war camps – in a Cold War drama.

{FD} UC-Berkeley faces lawsuit over violent rioting at free-speech event

Four people have filed suit against the University of California, Berkeley after allegedly being assaulted last year outside of an on-campus appearance by right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos – raising concerns that this type of legal action could be expanded nationally as more and more schools grapple with increasingly violent protests over free speech.

{FD} Meet North Korea’s best – and for now, only – winter Olympians

Amid the mounting threat of Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions, rising tensions between strongman Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump and decades of cross-border animosity, the one thing that officials from North and South Korea are able to agree on is figure skating.

{FD} JFK’s nephew says Emanuel has plan to force black people out of Chicago

In a war of words between Democratic dynasties, Illinois gubernatorial candidate Chris Kennedy slammed Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for what he says is a “strategic gentrification plan” aimed at forcing African-Americans and other minorities out of the U.S.’s third-largest city.

{FD} Texas church shooting not the first time a good guy with gun takes down mass shooter

In the aftermath of the shooting, Willeford has quickly become an example for pro-gun advocates to point to when defending their argument that the best defense against mass shooting is a better-armed and better-trained civilian populace that is ready to defend itself, anytime and anywhere.

{FD} Donna Brazile allegations highlight mounting schism within DNC

The allegations by Donna Brazile not only asserted that the Democratic National Committee helped rig last year’s presidential primary in favor of Clinton over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, but raised a number of troubling questions as the party attempts to regroup ahead of next year’s midterm elections.

{FD} ‘Stunned and upset’: New pressure on NPR bosses over handling of sex harassment allegations against top editor

A petition in the newsroom emerged a day after both the Washington Post and NPR reported that NPR’s vice president of news and editorial director Michael Oreskes, 63, had been accused of numerous incidents of sexual harassment and misconduct that stretches back decades.

{FD} Stopping terrorists, Israel & Europe take steps to prevent lone wolf attacks

Experts and analysts agree that it is all but impossible to prevent a lone wolf-style terror attack like the one carried out in Lower Manhattan, but there are ways to mitigate the damage caused and possibly deter terrorists from attacking in the first place.

{FD} Russian trolls and bots disrupting US democracy via Facebook and Twitter

With top executives from Facebook, Twitter and Google testifying on Tuesday before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Russia’s attempts to influence U.S. elections and sow discord across the country via social media, many questions remain about how these Russian trolls operate, the veracity of the so-called news they are spreading and what tech giants in Silicon Valley are doing to combat this scourge.

{FD} Russian trolls and bots disrupting U.S. democracy via Facebook and Twitter

With top executives from Facebook, Twitter and Google testifying on Tuesday before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Russia’s attempts to influence U.S. elections and sow discord across the country via social media, many questions remain about how these Russian trolls operate, the veracity of the so-called news they are spreading and what tech giants in Silicon Valley are doing to combat this scourge.

{FD} Confederate statues find new homes in cemeteries, historical parks and warehouses

Some are collecting dust in warehouses while officials search for a new home for them. Some are being handed over to the same associations that commissioned them over a hundred years ago or plopped down in cemeteries that are the final resting places for Confederate dead. And one massive monument has found a new home along the banks of the Ohio River in a Kentucky historical park.

{FD} Dating site for Muslim polygamists draws heat for exploiting women

Founded by 34-year-old British-born entrepreneur Azad Chaiwala, SecondWife.com functions like any other dating service – with users filling out a questionnaire about their interests and posting photos of themselves in the hopes of finding a match – except the site is meant for married Muslim men looking to start a polygamous marriage.

{FD} Conservatives students at UC Berkeley face everything from insults to threats of violence

While UC-Berkeley does not keep statistics on its students’ political leanings, the school has long been known as one of the country’s centers for liberal and progressive thought and now – following a slew of high profile, violent protests against controversial conservative speakers on campus – Chow and other likeminded students say that life has become more difficult for anyone whose politics lean toward the right.

{FD} Conservative students at UC Berkeley face everything from insults to threats of violence

While UC-Berkeley does not keep statistics on its students’ political leanings, the school has long been known as one of the country’s centers for liberal and progressive thought and now – following a slew of high profile, violent protests against controversial conservative speakers on campus – Chow and other likeminded students say that life has become more difficult for anyone whose politics lean toward the right.

{FD} Texas Tech shooter was too young to have gun under campus carry law, police say

Signed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in 2015 and going into effect in August 2016, the campus carry law mirrors state policy that stipulates that applicants for a concealed carry permit must be at least 21-years-old and without previous felony convictions.

{FD} Nobel Peace Prize: The odds that Trump, Kim Jong Un, Pope Francis will win coveted prize

From Pope Francis to North Korean despot Kim Jong Un and seemingly everyone in between, bookies have laid out their speculation on who the Norwegian Nobel Committee will choose to take home this year’s prestigious prize.

{FD} Nobel Peace Prize: The odds that Trump, Kim Jung Un, Pope Francis will win coveted prize

From Pope Francis to North Korean despot Kim Jong Un and seemingly everyone in between, bookies have laid out their speculation on who the Norwegian Nobel Committee will choose to take home this year’s prestigious prize.

{FD} Antifa violence forces Berkeley campus police to rethink their tactics

While Berkeley has for decades been a hotbed for activism from all sides of the political spectrum, the recent bomb scares, seemingly daily protests and threats of violence from groups as diverse as Antifa to white nationalists has forced police on this leafy college campus to totally rethink their tactics.

{FD} On tense Berkeley campus, conservative scholar Steven Hayward thrives

Hayward, who is in his second year of a three year stint as a resident scholar at the University of California, Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, has had a front row seat to the ongoing ideological battle playing out this year on the leafy college campus between a large far left contingent and a smaller, but growingly vocal hard right.

{FD} Berkeley ‘Free Speech Week’ set to begin amid threats of Antifa protests, speaker uncertainty

The four-day long event -- organized by a student group called Berkeley Patriot in conjunction with right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos’ MILO Inc. -- has become a major concern for officials at UC-Berkeley worried about seeing more violent counter-protests, like the ones that have plagued the school this year during speeches by conservative and alt-right speakers.

{FD} Antifa protests mean high security costs for Berkeley Free Speech Week, but who’s paying the bill?

While neither officials at the University of California nor the city of Berkeley have said how much they will spend on security, the number is expected to far surpass the $600,000 spent for Ben Shapiro's speech as the college town has been hit this year by a number of violent – and costly -- protests targeting conservative speakers.

{FD} Harvey scams abound as crooks prey on disaster victims and altruistic Americans

Targeting both Harvey victims and those looking to donate to relief efforts, scam artists are using the storm – and people’s sense of charity – the swindle thousands of dollars from unwitting targets. In order to prevent any more victims, Fox News has compiled a list of some of the more popular scams and how to avoid them