Is this D.B. Cooper?

The mother of Marla Cooper, the woman claiming to be the niece of D.B. Cooper, also believes that her brother-in-law was likely the daring culprit in the decades-old — and the nation's only unsolved — hijacking case. She's now provided further details about her brother-in-law — including this photo. Could this be the… » 8/04/11 11:12am 8/04/11 11:12am

Dead "D.B. Cooper" suspect may soon be ruled out

Remember yesterday how we rehashed the story of "D.B. Cooper" (and the money he took)? Remember how we said the FBI's spokesperson for the case told Alex Hannaford, noted Cooper historian, that they "do actually have a new suspect... somebody whose possible connection to the hijacker is strong"? » 8/02/11 11:45am 8/02/11 11:45am

The new evidence in the hunt for "DB Cooper"

After hijacking an airplane and extorting $200,000 from the FBI, DB Cooper calmly made a daring escape via parachute. Forty years later, new evidence suggests law enforcement may finally be hot on the trail of America's most elusive fugitive. But what is this new evidence? » 8/01/11 10:30am 8/01/11 10:30am

What Would DB Cooper Drive?

It's 1971, you're jumping out of a plane with a white parachute strapped to your back somewhere near the Oregon border of Washington between the Green and Bald mountains. You've got a bag full of over $200,000 in cash. Your name is not D.B. Cooper or Dan Cooper, but everyone thinks it is. You and the cash survived the… » 3/26/08 11:40am 3/26/08 11:40am