When a high school senior used her yearbook quote to do more than just say good bye to her class, she nearly lost her speaking slot at graduation. If you are wondering how she snuck a secret message past the all powerful yearbook committee… try putting together Barium, Carbon, Potassium, Thorium, Astatine, Arsenic, Sulfur, Uranium and Phosphorus. If you still can't decipher the message, watch the RidicuList.
Could this be the break the FBI has waited 24 years for? Special Agent Geoff Kelly says there have been confirmed sightings of artwork stolen from Boston's Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum in 1990. The FBI is also now releasing names of people who may know what happened to the missing art. Randi Kaye takes a look back at this brazen theft and reveals new details from the investigation.
Kristin Hopkins survived a car crash that landed her vehicle upside down at the bottom of a deep ravine. She was trapped inside the mangled wreckage for nearly a week with no food or water. Kristin suffered two broken feet, which doctors had to amputate. She also broke five ribs, her cheekbone and lacerated her liver. Kristin is now recovering in a Denver hospital, where she told Anderson doctors say she was found with just hours left to live.
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President Obama's point–man on the Veterans Affairs scandal arrived at the Phoenix VA hospital today. Rob Nabors' visit comes as VA Secretary Eric Shinseki released a statement promising to act "if any allegations under review are substantiated." But VA officials failed to show up to face questions from the House committee investigating the scandal. Drew Griffin has been covering the VA's care crisis for months and has the latest from Phoenix.
Paul Rieckhoff is the CEO and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America. He discussed the scandal with Anderson saying "most of America is just finding out about this now, but veterans have known about it for years"
She was just a 15-year-old when she vanished with the man her mother was dating. Today, she is a 25-year-old woman who says she spent the last decade enduring physical, sexual and emotional abuse by her captor, Isidro Garcia. He is now facing five felony counts including rape and kidnapping. Garcia's attorney Charles Frisco denies the charges and described their relationship at times as an "ideal marriage."
Anderson discussed why this case shows there is hope for children who vanished years ago with Ernie Allen, President and CEO of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children.
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