Who Kidnapped Mollie Tibbetts? New Details About The Suspect The FBI Believes Is “Hiding In Plain Sight”
Police have followed hundreds of leads but have yet to follow one to Mollie, but it is believed she was kidnaped by someone she knew who is inserting himself into the investigation. A source close to the FBI told Radar Online that authorities believe Mollie's abductor is hiding in plain sight and even attended a vigil held for the missing student. “There is reason to believe the person responsible for Mollie’s disappearance attended a vigil and has continued to closely follow the case," the source said.
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The Clark County Major Crimes Unit in Washington state has completed its investigation into an incident caught on camera in which a teenager is shown pushing her friend off a 60-foot-tall bridge into a river.
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Florida teen who vanished 5 years ago reemerges, telling police she's safe, happy and has a support system
A Florida teenager who vanished five years ago has reemerged this week, telling police she's safe, happy and has a support system. Emily Paul was 14 years old when she went missing in 2013, according to ABC affiliate WMBB in Panama City. Sheriff's office Capt. Jason Daffin posted a video to Facebook on Aug. 2 requesting that Paul reach out to authorities to confirm her safety and close the missing persons case.
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Britain’s largest-ever warship, the HMS Queen Elizabeth, is joining forces with the American-made most powerful stealth fighter jets in the world. The ship is the first of the Queen Elizabeth (QE) Class aircraft carriers and is embarking on its very first transatlantic journey. The giant warship will arrive off the eastern coast of the United States where it will start the first flight trials with the fifth generation Lightning II Joint Strike fighter jets. Three times the size of the Royal Navy’s previous Invincible Class Aircraft Carriers, the HMS Queen Elizabeth is an approximately 65,000-ton, four-acre flight decked, mobile floating military platform which will allow America’s steadfast ally to contribute even more power to future combat.
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. - I feel for Akshay Bhatia. The 16-year-old golfer from Wake Forest, N.C., deserved to be playing Thursday morning in the Round of 32. Nothing against his first-round opponent, Bradford Tilley, but Bhatia was sent home Wednesday at the U.S. Amateur because of an unfortunate rules violation made by his caddie - and that’s not right. Bhatia’s caddie, local Chris Darnell, technically broke a rule when he accepted a cart ride from a volunteer after using the restroom as Bhatia played Pebble Beach’s par-5 14th hole. Bhatia, who also used the restroom but walked back, went on to make birdie while Tilley made par. However, a rules official informed Bhatia and Darnell of the violation.
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The 'SNL' star dishes on home life with his fiancee and how his proposal plans were essentially "calling her bluff."
Just when you thought the recent fortunes of young American white supremacists couldn’t get more embarrassing - especially after last week’s paltry turnout for the “Unite the Right 2” rally - prominent members members of the far-right have continued to suffer personal setbacks stemming from their public displays of racism. As this cohort, the leaders of the so-called “alt-right,” reel from decreasing relevancy and collapsing finances, a combination of lawsuits, live-streams, and payment companies cutting off funds have hammered these young white supremacists’ outlooks - and potential impact - even further. First, as ThinkProgress’ Luke Barnes detailed, “Unite the Right 2” organizer Jason Kessler - already dealing with a tiny turnout for last weekend’s fascistic festivities - had a live-stream with neo-Nazi Patrick Little from June resurface on Wednesday.