More than half the fentanyl that is coming into the U.S. is coming through ports of entry in Arizona, according to new reports by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Correspondent Ali Bradley joins "NewsNation Now" with the latest data on drug seizures and arrests in the state. Watch #NewsNationNow: https://www.newsnationnow.com/joinus
John Wayne Gacy’s murder of 33 young men and boys makes him one of the most prolific serial killers on record, but not everybody believes all of Gacy's victims have been found. Bob Motta, attorney and son of John Wayne Gacy's attorney in 1980, is convinced there are more victims. He joins “Banfield” to discuss his theory.
“Doomsday Mom” Lori Vallow, who was convicted of murdering two of her children, pleaded not guilty Thursday in Arizona on charges alleging she helped plan the fatal shooting of her fourth husband. Caitlyn Becker, senior reporter for DailyMail.com, tells "Banfield" it's fair to predict that Vallow will try to shift the blame to her dead brother, Alex Cox.
Mona Hartling is searching for answers and justice after her daughter, Katie Ferguson, 33, went missing in October during a trip with her ex-boyfriend, Adam Aviles Jr., from Alabama to Wyoming. Hartling exclusively joins "Banfield" and says she believes Aviles Jr. killed her daughter.
Cindy Sommer, who was convicted and then exonerated of her husband's murder, joins "Banfield" for an exclusive interview to discuss how women defendants are judged in court for their looks.
Cynthia Sommer spent more than 2.5 years incarcerated for her husband's death before being exonerated. She discusses the obstacles women face during trial compared to men. "There's no way for them (the jury) to not look at you as an inmate."
If reelected, Trump Cabinet selection will be about ‘revenge’: Former press secretary | Dan Abrams Live
A new report from Axios on Thursday offers an assessment of what a Donald Trump Cabinet might look like if the former president is reelected. According to the report, Trump wants to fill his Cabinet with loyalists, potentially bringing on big names like Steve Bannon, Ohio Sen. J.D. Vance and Kash Patel, who allegedly want to target and jail critics. NewsNation host Dan Abrams says if the report is accurate, some of it is worrisome. Former Trump White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham weighs in.