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Dr. Drew, Nancy Grace question oddities in baby Lisa case

Baby Lisa's half-brothers, who were at the family's home the night Lisa disappeared, will be interviewed by a child services specialist Friday.

The boys, 8 and 6, were previously interviewed just after Lisa disappeared, both for under an hour.

Dr. Drew talks Deborah Bradley, drinking

HLN's Dr. Drew takes issue with comments made by baby Lisa's mother about drinking in this video clip. Watch.

Baby Lisa’s family to media: Don’t blame us

Is there a possible break in the baby Lisa case?

According to a police affidavit released Friday, a cadaver dog searching Lisa’s family home indicated a positive hit. That means the dog reacted to the scent of a deceased human.

Breaking news: Cadaver dogs 'hit' on baby Lisa's home

A line in an affidavit in a search warrant of baby Lisa’s home is making headlines Friday.

It reads: “The cadaver dog indicated a positive hit for the scent of a deceased human in an area of the floor of [Deborah] Bradley's bedroom near the bed.”

Baby Lisa case: What about the neighbors?

Investigators executed a search warrant Wednesday at the home where baby Lisa vanished from her crib two weeks ago.

We now know that Lisa's mom, Deborah Bradley, may have had more than a few drinks the night her child went missing. She is also on anti-anxiety meds and admits that she drank to the point of possibly blacking out.

Baby Lisa’s parents barred from home

Authorities say they have a warrant to search the family home of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin while barring the parents from re-entering their residence in Kansas City, MO.

On Tuesday evening, police cars could be seen in front of Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin's home on North Lister Avenue for several hours. Although police have searched it before, they didn’t have to get the parent's consent this time because they have that search warrant.

Examining body language in Baby Lisa case

Dr. Drew talks to an expert about what Lisa Irwin's parents may - or may not be saying - about her disappearance.

Tonight’s topics: Missing Baby Lisa, Philly ‘Dungeon’

Deborah Bradley, Lisa’s mom, admits she was drinking to the point of blacking out and had also taken anti-anxiety pills. Is this something that she does on a regular basis?

The family has hired Joran Van der Sloot's attorney, Joe Tacopina. He told reporters Monday that he had been hired to represent Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley. Joe Tacopina says the mom had nothing to do with baby's disappearance. Something went wrong that night, and the questions that still remains is where is baby Lisa?