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It’s been nearly one month since University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts inexplicably vanished from her hometown of Brooklyn, Iowa — and despite persistent requests for any new information, investigators remain extremely tight-lipped about what they really know regarding Mollie’s disappearance.
They are scenes reminiscent of the Vietnam War and the Pacific Theater during World War II: U.S. soldiers, caked with mud and dripping wet from monsoon rains, quietly traversing thick jungle brush.
Many survivors of last month's Las Vegas concert massacre have found an important tool to help them move forward: each other.
In the more than seven weeks since 58 people were brutally murdered at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, investigators seem no closer to knowing why Stephen Paddock fired hundreds of shots from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel into the crowd below.
Democratic lawmakers in Sacramento want California to become the nation's first sanctuary state. Republicans tried to stop it Tuesday with legislation of their own.
With more than half a dozen wildfires currently burning throughout Arizona and investigators trying to track down their cause, Arizona Sen. John McCain says illegal immigrants may be to blame in some cases.
ObamaCare may have its skeptics, but one group is decidedly optimistic - prison inmates.
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are pushing for Secretary of State John Kerry to intervene in the case of a U.S. Marine reservist detained inside a notorious Mexican border prison.
It seems like every Sunday, there's a new face sitting in the pews of the Church of Saint Verena and the Three Holy Youth in Orange, Calif. Most are young professionals or families with small children and some have been living in the United States for a just few weeks.