The World War II mystery of what happened to a Finnish passenger plane after it was shot down over the Baltic Sea by Soviet bombers appears to finally be solved more than eight decades later. The plane was carrying American and French diplomatic couriers in June 1940 when it was downed just days before Moscow annexed the Baltic states. All nine people on board the plane were killed, including the two-member Finnish crew and the seven passengers — an American diplomat, two French, two Germans, a Swede and a dual Estonian-Finnish national.
Breaking
The weekend attack on pro-crypto presidential candidate Trump should galvanize bids for cryptocurrencies, one observer said....
Donald Trump goes into the Republican National Convention with some bold promises about the U.S. economy, but he has sketched out notably few details about how his plans would actually work...
In the wake of the failed assassination attempt on President Trump, the nation is in disarray, trying to comprehend the events that transpired and the path forward. The heartbreaking loss of Corey Com...
loading...