Hannah Anderson, 16, spoke out in a 'Today' show interview on Thursday, just weeks after family friend James DiMaggio killed her mother and brother before kidnapping her.
The family of kidnapper James DiMaggio is asking the girl he abducted for a DNA sample so that they can determine whether DiMaggio was her father.
New details are emerging in the double murder and kidnapping that sparked a multi-state manhunt for San Diego teen Hannah Anderson.
Two couples who encountered murder and kidnap suspect James DiMaggio with Hannah Anderson in the backcountry of Idaho gave more details during a press conference this afternoon.
Hannah Anderson, the California teen missing for almost a week, has been found safe. San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore said that during an arrest attempt at a campground in Idaho, suspect James Lee DiMaggio was shot and killed by an FBI agent.
Missing California teen Hannah Anderson has been found safe in Idaho, while her suspected abductor James Lee DiMaggio has been killed, police say.
Authorities have confirmed eight-year-old Ethan Anderson as the second body found inside a burned down California home.
The manhunt continues for the man believed to have killed San Diego mom Christina Anderson and to have kidnapped her two children, 16-year-old Hannah and 8-year-old Ethan.
Husband and father Brett Anderson spoke one-on-one with Fox and Friends' Gretchen Carlson this morning, saying that the events of the last few days seem "surreal."
The latest on the manhunt in southern California for at least one child and suspected kidnapper, James Lee DiMaggio. Hannah Anderson, 16, and her 8-year-old brother, Ethan, are missing after their mother, Christina Anderson, was found dead at DiMaggio's home in a rural area 65 miles east of San Diego.