The U.S. Attorney General's Office says three people are in custody accused of holding a woman and her child captive for more than two years.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A 102-year-old woman from Florida will be among the first lady's guests Tuesday as President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address before Congress.
Desiline (DESS-a-leen) Victor arrived in Washington on Monday after a weather-delayed flight from Miami. She is joining first lady Michelle Obama's guests as a symbol of a determined voter, and of the problems in America's voting system.
Victor waited three hours and made two visits to her precinct to vote for Obama last October, on the first Sunday of early voting in Florida. The state had reduced the number of early voting days from 14 to eight, and waits at Victor's North Miami precinct were as long as six hours.