Weekend Roundup: North Carolina girl found after yearlong search; health care bill faces trouble


North Carolina girl found alive after being missing for over a year

A Charlotte girl missing for over a year has been found alive in Georgia, according to a statement released by the FBI. 17-year-old Hailey Elizabeth Burns was found in Duluth, Georgia, a town north of Atlanta. Michael Wysolovski, the owner of the house Burns was found in, has been arrested by the FBI and charged with sex offenses, cruelty to children and false imprisonment.


Health care bill faces trouble if unamended

The GOP rolled out its latest health care bill late last week. This second attempt has been drafted in secrecy, and President Donald Trump has backed the bill. Now, five republican senators stand in the way if the new bill goes unamended. Read more here.


Otto Warmbier death brings more questions

Otto Warmbier, the student who visited North Korea and was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for destroying property, was laid to rest over the weekend. Warmbier was returned to the United States after he fell into a coma while in North Korea’s care, then died shortly after returning home. That raises serious questions as to what happened and why. Read more here.