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Hundreds searched for Cayman Naib, 13, who disappeared just before a snowstorm, and after getting an email from school about overdue homework. (Facebook)

Grief counselors were sent to a Philadelphia-area school Monday after the frantic search for a teen who disappeared after getting an email from school about overdue homework came to a sad end Sunday, when searchers found his body buried in snow in a shallow creek on his family's property.

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Hundreds searched for Cayman Naib, 13, who disappeared just before a snowstorm, and after getting an email from school about overdue homework. (Facebook)

Grief counselors were sent to a Philadelphia-area school Monday after the frantic search for a teen who disappeared after getting an email from school about overdue homework came to a sad end Sunday, when searchers found his body buried in snow in a shallow creek on his family's property.

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Dec. 16, 2014: Windie Lazenko, with the anti-trafficking group 4her North Dakota, stands for a photo in front of a club in Williston, N.D. As a 13-year-old runaway, Lazenko says she was bought and sold for sex. Prostitution, pornography and strip clubs followed. Then she walked away from it all. (AP)

WILLISTON, N.D. – When she first arrived in town, Windie Lazenko headed to the neon-lit strip clubs and bars catering to lonely oil field workers with extra cash and time on their hands.

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FILE - March 7, 1965: Clouds of tear gas fill the air as state troopers, ordered by Gov. George Wallace, break up a demonstration march in Selma, Ala., on what became known as "Bloody Sunday." The incident is widely credited for galvanizing the nation's leaders and ultimately yielded passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. (AP Photo/File)

Almost a quarter of the U.S. Congress, along with President George W. Bush and President Obama, will be in Selma, Ala.

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    Thomas Hardin poses for a picture in New York, Monday, March 2, 2015. Wearing a wire for nearly seven years, Hardin became a seminal informant in the biggest insider trading case in a generation. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) (The Associated Press)

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    Thomas Hardin poses for a picture in New York, Monday, March 2, 2015. Wearing a wire for nearly seven years, Hardin became a seminal informant in the biggest insider trading case in a generation and contributed to over two dozen convictions, including prosecutions of friends.

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FILE - March 7, 1965: Clouds of tear gas fill the air as state troopers, ordered by Gov. George Wallace, break up a demonstration march in Selma, Ala., on what became known as "Bloody Sunday." The incident is widely credited for galvanizing the nation's leaders and ultimately yielded passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. (AP Photo/File)

Almost a quarter of the U.S. Congress, along with President George W. Bush and President Obama, will be in Selma, Ala.

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Jan. 14, 2015: Photo made available by the Butler County Jail shows Christopher Lee Cornell. (AP)

A man accused of plotting an attack at the U.S. Capitol said in an interview with an Ohio television station if he hadn’t been arrested he would have gone to Washington and shot President Obama in the head.

Christopher Lee Cornell called into WXIX-TV in Cincinnati from a Kentucky jail and confessed to being a supporter of the Islamic State terror group and said he planned to kill government officials in retaliation for U.S.

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Jan. 14, 2015: Photo made available by the Butler County Jail shows Christopher Lee Cornell. (AP)

A man accused of plotting an attack at the U.S. Capitol said in an interview with an Ohio television station if he hadn’t been arrested he would have gone to Washington and shot President Obama in the head.

Christopher Lee Cornell called into WXIX-TV in Cincinnati from a Kentucky jail and confessed to being a supporter of the Islamic State terror group and said he planned to kill government officials in retaliation for U.S.

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Jan. 14, 2015: Photo made available by the Butler County Jail shows Christopher Lee Cornell. (AP)

A man accused of plotting an attack at the U.S. Capitol said in an interview with an Ohio television station if he hadn’t been arrested he would have gone to Washington and shot President Obama in the head.

Christopher Lee Cornell called into WXIX-TV in Cincinnati from a Kentucky jail and confessed to being a supporter of the Islamic State terror group and said he planned to kill government officials in retaliation for U.S.

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Feb. 18, 2015: Image taken from Glen Rock Savings Bank surveillance video and downloaded from the Glen Rock Police Department Facebook page, shows a person in a pink wig robbing the Glen Rock Savings Bank in Glen Rock, N.J. (AP)

NEWARK, N.J. – A suburban New York woman drove her father's Porsche to New Jersey, donned a bright red wig and used a paintball gun to rob a bank of more than $100,000 that she may have taken to Atlantic City, the U.S.

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