Fifteen-year-old Abigail Hernandez has been missing since October and so far, most leads have gone cold. But last week, Abigail's mother received a letter from the teen.
New Day spoke with the head FBI agent on the case, Kieran Ramsey. He said they believe the letter is legitimate, but did it give them any intel on the teen's whereabouts?
Watch the entire segment to hear Ramsey's heartfelt message to Abigail.
Nelson Mandela will be memorialized as a peacemaker and non-violent crusader for civil rights, so why was he on a terror watch list for until 2008? New Day Editorial Producer Nadia Bilchik knows the Mandela family, and she breaks down how these ties go all the way back to the Reagan administration.
This week, the House voted to renew a ban against guns that can't be picked up by metal detectors. But if it's not passed by the Senate, Rep. Steve Israel says new technology such as 3-D printed guns could inconspicuously end up on airplanes or in schools.
Rep. Israel joined us to talk about the importance of the ban renewal, and more regulation on these guns "which were once science fiction."
The twitterverse was alive with some pretty harsh criticism for NBC's live broadcast of 'The Sound of Music" starring Carrie Underwood. But with 18.5 million people tuning in was it really that bad? Kim Serafin, senior editor at "In Touch Weekly" joined New Day's E-Block to give us her review.