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(NEXSTAR) – Gabby Petito’s family spoke publicly on Tuesday for the first time since the 22-year-old body was discovered in a Wyoming national park as the manhunt for her fiance Brian Laundrie continues . The Petito family urge Laundrie to surrender. Dog the Bounty Hunter told NewsNation on Monday that he learned that Laundrie’s parents went camping on September 6, more than a week before Laundrie’s last news was reported.

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Senior US officials were in the hot seat when senators asked them about the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Some military officials said they were in favor of keeping troops in the country.

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The New York City Department of Sanitation has come under fire after weekend videos showed workers tossing fresh produce from a street vendor.

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A recent injury to a carriage horse reignited the debate over their presence around Central Park in New York City reignited the debate over their presence around Central Park.

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It’s hard enough to lose a loved one. Now imagine walking to the coffin and finding a foreigner in the clothes of a member of your family. This is what happened to a family in North Carolina.

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Kansas State University researchers are using a facial recognition app to track cows and certain diseases.

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