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Jeffs returned to custody in Kingman, Ariz.

The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs is back in custody in Kingman tonight after being released from Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center in Las Vegas. But his condition or illness remains a mystery. Mohave County, Ariz., Sheriff Tom Sheahan said Jeffs "apparently had a fever and was very lethargic and acted like he was in a convulsive or shaking state" before it was decided to seek medical help for him.

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‘Help is on the way’: Daunting tornado recovery in Mississippi

In Rolling Fork, Miss., the tornado reduced homes to piles of rubble and flipped cars on their sides. Other parts of the Deep South were digging out from damage caused by other suspected twisters.

7 victims recovered from chocolate factory blast

By Sunday night, the hope for survivors came to an end, the death toll having risen to seven. The final bodies pulled from the debris were believed to be unaccounted for workers, according to authorities.

Facing potential indictment, Trump holds defiant Waco rally

Trump declared Saturday that his “enemies are desperate to stop us” and that “our opponents have done everything they can to crush our spirit and to break our will.”

Theres nothing left: Deep South tornadoes kill 26

Rolling Fork Mayor Eldridge Walker told CNN that his town was essentially wiped out.