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>> . >> this is a fox report tonight. it is coming, a massive severe weather outbreak, expected to last for days and possibly drop twisters across several states. right now, warnings in place in kansas, hail, wind, and that's ahead of the main system still a day away. and a new timetable for north korea's next move. they say 72 hours. the world how watching to see what that country will do. the south korean government telling america a possible missile test from the north could come in days. this, as the u.s. bolsters its
missile defense system and keeps a close watch on the increasing volatile situation. our journalists staying on the story, fox reports the latest live from the korean peninsula. >> she was met by cowardly terrorists, determined to bring darkness and death to total strangers. >> family and friends mourning a young u.s. diplomate killed in afghanistan on her way to deliver textbooks to students when a bomb went off. in moments, new reaction to her death and the loss of five other americans. and a navy ship, honoring 9/11 victims and first responders joins the fleet. we'll take you to virginia, where thousands of people turned out to cheer the u.s.s. arlington. >> harris: i'm harris falkner, america's ally staring across the border, with a penchant
for words. here is an hour ago. and reading there, it says they will be set to march, maybe we don't really know. we do know south korea's government says it has confirmed the north may conduct a missile test, perhaps within 72 hours. here at home, the pentagon explaining why it has postponed its own planned missile test from california's vandenburg air force base. that delay, they hope, may help diffuse the situation on the korean peninsula. >>, but north korea does in the appear willing to drop i defenses anytime soon. this video from their state television showing military dogs attacking south korea's
defense minister and another kim jong- kim jong- kim jong-un supervising planes. and delaying a trip to washington, he says, he will he remain in soul for, quote, a measure. steve centanni following from the capital, first, david piper streaming live from the south korean capital, seoul. >> reporter: yes, it's looking increasingly likely that north korea is going to conduct that missile test. now, the south korean government says it could happen by wednesday, april the 10th. now, they are saying their assessment is based largely on a warning by north korea that embassies should take their staffs. and the movement of the missiles to the east of north
korea and they believed to have a range of 1800 miles and could reach as far as guam, but north korea has threatened to attack. the u.s. tried to make sure it doesn't make anything though to make the situation worse here. the pentagon has postponed a planned ballistic missile. fearing it could be interpreted. and general james thurmon, the forces in korea to washington has been delayed because of the crisis. now, if any country has influence on north korea, it's china. it provides the majority of pyongyang's food and fuel. and china's president implied in a speech today, without naming north korea, the region shouldn't be disrupted by one country and australian prime minister warned that conflict here would be disastrous for the region. >> all countries in the region share a deep interest in strategic stability. but the consequences of
conflict are ever more severe for us all. this is nowhere no clear than on the korean peninsula. there are any aggression is a threat to interest to every country in the region. >> reporter: secretary of state kerry will be meeting leaders from south korea, japan, and most importantly, the chinese leadership. back to you, harris. >> harris: david piper, thank you very much. in washington, north korea's growing antagonism is growing concern from the white house to capitol hill. we've been showing you military drills and pending missile tests, has u.s. leaders wondering what north korea has in mind and all this, plus, as we told you on the fox report, a warning from the north it can no longer guarantee the safety of foreign diplomates there. and steve centanni, what is the latest reaction tonight
from the white house? >> reporter: well, in the face of north korea's latest threats, members of congress and the white house staff weighed in on today's sunday talk shows. arizona senator john mccain was asked what would happen if there were open hostilities with north korea? >> south korea would win, we would win if there was an all-out conflict, but the fact is that north korea could set seoul on fire and that would be a catastrophe of enormous proportions. i don't know what kind of game this young man is playing, it's obviously brinksmanship. >> reporter: the young man mccain is referring to, kim jong-un, analysts say he's trying to proof his meddle at home and pressuring the west to provide aid. and the test of missiles last year and nuclear weapons this year and threatened war with the u.s. recent weeks and moved a missile to the east coast of north korea, a white house aide suggested he's
playing a dangerous game while further isolating his on people. >> we have a situation where the north korea is having a pattern we've seen for many, many years. provocative actions and bellicose, and the korea to step back and meet the obligation and undertake their number one call, which is economic development. >> reporter: the officials at the white house, the pentagon and state department have said said they take north korea's threats seriously and don't want to do anything to further escalate the tensions, harris. >> harris: as you pointed out. kim jong-un is so unpredictable, we don't know what he'll do. the man atop our military weighing in on the the korean peninsula. and saying that they have missiles prepared in response to north korea's threat, but dempsey doesn't think that the north will undertake serious action. and holding talks with u.s.
commanders and afghan officials. and general dempsey focusing on afghanistan when he says, he believed some areas there will be contested by the taliban for years to come, once u.s. and other international forces complete their withdrawal at the end of next year. the general saying that afghans will take the security lead throughout the country before summer as agreed to in january by president obama and afghan president karzai. well, the war in afghanistan also coming up during secretary of state john kerry's trip overseas. earlier secretary kerry meeting with turkey's prime minister and he's there and going to israel next and working on relations between the two countries that will help stabilize the middle east. but the secretary mention add young american diplomate, a young american, 25 years old taking textbooks to schools in afghanistan and she died along with five other americans and ten afghan children in a weekend of violence inside that country. she's the first u.s. diplomate killed since terrorists hit
our outpost in benghazi, murdering u.s. ambassador christopher stevens and three other americans. our connor powell with more from jerusalem. >> reporter: and she was killed saturday in a province in afghanistan when the convoy she was travelling in was hit by an ied. three u.s. troops and an unnamed civilian advisor were also killed in the attack. the 25-year-old john hopkins graduate was a public affairs officer in kabul, part of a team delivering textbooks to an afghan school when she died. two weeks ago she was secretary kerry's guide through kabul. and kerry had this to say about her. >> we lost a very bright, brave, young woman, we lost her to a horrific attack in afghanistan and today, our hearts are broken. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry arrived in an effort to jump start the peace process and went to ramallah
to meet with abbas. and he'll meet with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu tomorrow. despite secretary of state kerry's efforts, expectations remain low. >> harris: we want to tell you more about the young diplomate as her death shows how dangerous it is to bring. her family says ann was an adventurer who died doing what she loved. >> we were so proud of ann, she did so many great things and she was a hard worker, she was energetic, very devoted to the work she was doing. very devoted to helping the people in the country, afghanistan, where she was working, and i think the key thing is that she was really doing what she loved and she was doing something that really made a difference. >> harris: to join the u.s. foreign service right after
college graduation and her first second amendment was in venezuela and next she volunteered for the afghanistan assignment and as connor just reported she assessed secretary kerry two weeks ago and preparing to learn arabic ahead of a planned two year assignment next in algeria. right now, hail, 60 mile an hour wind, already reported across parts of the midwest. numerous states braicing. look the at the blob in the middle of the screen. this could be the most severe since 2012. janice dean reports from our fox extreme weather center in moments. days before he was his wife were found shot to death inside their texas home, district attorney mike mclelland went to shop for a gun, he knew he was facing declarati declaration-- danger.
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>> the funeral for a west virginia sheriff gunned down while eating his lunch. hundreds of law enforcement officials across the state honoring eugene crum. in office just three months before he was murdered in a downtown parking lot. from an effort to clean up the drug trade from the coal fields there. now charged with the murder, meanwhile, sworn in as the interim sheriff. and the hunt for the killer of
mike mclelland and his wife cynthia at home. he stopped at a gun shop vowing to protect himself. dominic dena ti-natale has the details. >> and he had gone there for advice and weapons, not for himself, but-- the district attorney come by a couple of weeks to casually chat about guns. and on the friday before he'd been gunned down he'd been seeking protection suggestions to his team. >> very selfless person. he did not-- if he was concerned with his safety, nobody knew about it. it was clear he was concerned about his co-worker's safety. >> reporter: and kidwell saying there, that he showed him the handgun, as he shows us here, on the screen. it was used to--
well, it was popular with police officers to be honest and told mclelland they might want ballistic vests. >> and kid weld his assistant d.a.? >> and kidwell said he had some good leads. >> mike said he had some good leads, but he hasn't acted on them yet and he couldn't talk about it. you know, he said he had no suspects. >> yes, he said he had leads and hadn't had a chance to act on them yet. >> reporter: hadn't had a chance to act and hours later, from the councilman's team that got targeted, it was the d.a. and his wife cynthia inside their home, harris. >> harris: i know know a lot of people in kaufman county
are in edge, not knowing who might be the target. thank you very much. carson city finding a body and they think it's a missing insurance examiner. they arrested four people in the death of mccune. the poyed was found wrapped in a blanket and duct tape and found in the river. they don't believe he was killed because of his job, they say it might have been burglary. we're keeping an eye on the system of weather already pounding the country with hail and high winds and we're told it's only going to get worse from here. meteorologist janice dean is live for us in the fox weather center coming up. as tensions raise, fox news anchor jamie colby sits down with general ray odierno, and he offers some advice to the rogue nation.
>> new fallout in the rutgers basketball scandal. the reports saying the fbi is looking whether the former assista assista assistant basketball coach tried to extort money. murdoch demanded $950,000 as a settlement for his wrongful termination claim. rutgers refused to settle the claims and murdoch subsequently released practice video showing mike rice physically and verbally against the players. and they were fired, and murdoch claimed he was fired
last year for being a whistle blowser against rice. fox severe weather alert. severe storms are on the move setting up potential tornados for some and many of you are living through this as this thing is building like a monster, and meteorologist janice dean joining us now. >> hi, harris, . yes, it's a multi-faceted storm bringing us tornado and feet of snow. the main system is across the rockies, but ahead of it we're seeing severe weather, severe thunderstorm watches in effect across portions of kansas, into missouri as you can see until 12 p.m. central time and 9 p.m. into missouri and several severe thunderstorm warnings in and around those watches. so it's begun even though the main parent storm is across the rockies. our severe weather threat is going to last three days, starting with monday. taking a look at all of these cities from oklahoma through kansas, nebraska, even colorado. then we head into tuesday back
when we think we have all the ingredients. we have the warm moist, the gulf moisture moving into very cold air from the west and very unsettled weather ahead of this front. so this is where we think the big setup is going to be for long lasting, perhaps life threatening weather and that's going to continue overnight tuesday into wednesday and across the mississippi river. we have to watch this carefully, we've got a few days ahead of us, if you live in those areas make your preparations and where you're going to be why and when you see a watch or a warning and the cold side of this. 6 to 12 inches across a wide swath here and some areas saying we could get two feet of snow in april and astonishing. and one of the main ingredients we need is the cold air from the west. look at denver, 21. it's going to be 65 on tuesday, so, a drop of 40 degrees and tuesday, that looks deeper across the south so the clash of the two air masses giving what we think could be the first severe
weather outbreak of the year. back to you. >> harris: i've seen a lot of of people on twitter saying gosh, it's just snow. it's april and it's going to melt quickly and flooding on the flip side of that, the next thing we'll be watching for. >> absolutely, it's going to be an active spring. >> harris: we'll check back as the news warrants. hundreds of special operations veterans are joining calls to find the truth behind the deadly terrorist attack on our out post in benghazi, libya. we take a close look at the open letter that they wrote demanding answers in the deaths of four americans. the white house holding its ground and pushing for stronger background checks. but key opponents saying that the obama administration are taking it in a different
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she became known for her colorful print trieses and jacqueline kennedy was among other clients. and she was 81 years old. average prices of gas falling 6 cents, the current national average at $3.65 per gallon. well, a new push for answers about the terror attacks on our u.s. outposts in benghazi, libya last year that led to the deaths of four americans, including our u.s. ambassador, christopher stevens. hundreds of retired veterans from military special operations sending an open letter to lawmakers, calling for support for the creation of a house select committee on the terror attack on benghazi. part of letter, it's essential that the full accounting of the events of september 11th be provided and that the american public be fully enveloped about the egregious terrorist act, we owe that truth to the american people and families of the fallen.
and catherine herridge from washington joining us on a sunday. what does the letter say and special-ops, what message are they hoping to get out. >> harris, this letter first obtained by fox news is signed by more than 700 special operations vets and urging congress for a select committee tasked with a single mission to investigate the benghazi terrorist attacks and includes 15 questions ranging from what warnings were given to the state department, the security was unravelling on the ground, if al-qaeda and islamic militias gained a food hold, to the real-time decision making of president obama, hillary clinton and the defense department on the night of september 11th. reads in part, america is always held to the notion that no american will be left behind and every effort will be made to respond, given our backgrounds we're concerned it sends a negative message to future military and diplomatic personnel and the letter questions why the survivors evacuated from the state
department conflict and the cia annex have remained so silent more than six months after the attack, harris. >> harris: what about the status of the select committee? >> this letter runs more than 20 pages with all the signatures, house resolution 36 which has gathered about 70 signatures so far and before the spring recess, the chairman of the intelligence armed services and foreign affairs committee were running an investigation and said pulling their findings together should be enough. >> we want to make sure that we have a full story of what happened and where there are conflicting stories we're going to work to de-conflict them. >> i have no problems with continuing to get the facts and data, but only for finding out what happened, where we're going in the future and making sure it doesn't happen again. >> this letter is expected on capitol hill monday and it's sent to every member we're told in the house. we don't know tonight, whether it will change any minds, harris. >> harris: so interesting, we started earlier on the fox
report, catherine with the first diplomat killed since benghazi and it will not be dying down soon. >> thank you for having me. >> harris: and america coming to a crossroads as north korea, and bloodshed continues in syria where they're having a civil war. some object senior versus are asking, request twith the sequ n sequestration, and jamie colby sits down with general ray odierno for an interview. >> long before secretary hagel called the north korea threat a real and clear danger on wednesday, the army has been poised to respond. here is army chief of staff ray odierno with his advice for the rogue nation. >> we're sending in, raptors, bombers, ships. >> and many mistake the
capabilities of the united states and i believe we will do this in a way that we will sustain that capacity and i'd be careful miscalculating and misjudging what that is. >> do you have intelligence that kim jong-un can back up what he says he has. >> he's a new unknown leader and it's incumbent on us to see what mitigating action we can take. >> whatever action we take, will, the general says, will be curtailed undoubtedly if we reach full sequestration, something we hope to get some stability in the budget by this summer and a lingering unknown concerning syria. >> one potential not unknown is syria. is there potential that chemical weapons were used and what are we prepared to do if they were, and even if they're
not, why wait? tens of thousands of people have been killed? >> well, i would say there's been no distinct evidence that says, chemical biological, based on intelligence. but, we have to be aware that the potential is there, so as we do, we will conduct several different contingencies. our job is to provide the president options. >> as the world keeps a very close eye on the middle east and asia, those options will constantly be reevaluated, the general assuring me though that the our forces will remain the fiercest, ready to respond to whatever we face ahead, harris? >> jamie, thank you. turning now to the debate over gun control in this country and it comes after connecticut passed the strongest gun legislation, it's been about four months since a mass murderer killed 20 children and six staffers at sandy hook elementary in newtown, connecticut. tomorrow, president obama's staff says he will return to connecticut to make a push for
reform, but people with differing views getting out ahead of the president, hitting the airwaves today. peter doocy with the news from washington. >> the white house was an enforceable background check from anybody buying from a store, a show or a neighbor. but they said today with the calls for stronger background checks, the president is taking the debate in the wrong direction and that man, ais a hutchinson, a former congressman, defended proposals to put armed guards in schools. it's not about arming children, teachers should teach and others protect. it's about providing armed officers first and then secondly, if that's not available, to have an armed school staff that's trained and selected. but the white house is standing its ground and accusing the republicans of blocking meaningful reform. >> when the president gave the state of the union and newtown
families were there, all the republicans stood up and applauded. as the president said politics is the only reason this stuff won't get done. congresswoman gabrielle giffords wrote about the gun show loophole. some of our elected officials are not listening, one influential republican senator said that background checks at least deserve a debate. >> i believe to block the legislation to coming to the floor of the senate is not appropriate. the united states senate should debate and vote. >> and mccain says his support for background checks will depend how they're carried out. >> harris: thank you. a murdered navy seal's effort goes on. chris kyle was in the process of a concealed weapons course when he and a friend were gunned down.
gun laws drawing more than 700 teachers and administrators in the dallas area this weekend. and reacting to the tragedy in newtown, participants who completed the live training, texas allows licenses to carry concealed weapon. they plan to train armed teachers for gun fights. computer hacking is so bad in one country. they've called in cyber experts to fight hackers who are trying to take down the government websites, including the stock market and the defense ministry. it's our top story as we go around the world in 80 seconds. >> israel, those cyber attacks so far failing to cause sws disruption. the hacker group "anonymous", launched a massive assault to
prote protest. and japan, tons of radioactive water may have leaked from a second underground storage tank at the fukushima power plant. plant plagued by problems after the massive earthquake and tsunami in march of 2011. india, the body after british tourist found on a house boat in kazmir. police arresting a dutchman and police say he attacked the woman and stabbing her multiple it times. the investigation is ongoing. south africa. [applause] >> one man using some 200 helium balloons to take flight for a good cause, raising money for the nelson mandela children's fund to build children's hospitals in johannesburg. and he was recently out of the
hospital recovering in jo-berg, and the man traveled miles before popping the balloons and landing in the water. that's a fox trip around the world. anxious investors and every day citizens with the retirement invested, wonders what's ahead on wall street for the 401(k)'s. a dismal jobs report is expected to slow down the rally. it's reality, but our senior business correspondent brenda buttner tells there's hope for a bullish rebound later in the week. a tearful gathering in virginia as hundreds say goodbye to a mtv reality show star. like e
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a public viewing for shain gandee the popular "buckwild" star after an accident. his truck got stuck with the tail pipe stuck underground. and it killed him and his uncle and another man. and people may have been exposed to hepatitis "a" at a trendy restaurant. our top story across america. new york, that health scare sparked by a worker in the pastry kitchen at alta in manhattan after being diagnosed with a deadly disease. i hope it doesn't affect the reputation of the restaurant. >> and 450 customers may be at
risk and recommends they get vaccinated right away. north carolina, a fire at a brewery in asheville. the damage will not delay construction. and investigators are looking whether it's tied to a recent string of arson fires. colorado, the centennial state getting a powerful new tool ahead of what's supposed to be an active wild fire season. 802 is considered one of the best around carries more than 8,000 pounds of flame retardant and easier to land at remote and small airports. missouri, police investigating a stolen truck get more than they bargain for. the suspect manages to make off in their patrol car despite being handcuffed. she took the vehicle and made
driving motions towards our officers. they shot at the vehicle multiple time. >> no one hurt. the patrol car eventually got stuck in the ditch and the woman and man both had outstanding felony warrants. that's a fox watch across america. the attacks of 9/11, from new york city to d.c., to pennsylvania. we remember. and the navy with a special tribute for the 184 people killed at the pentagon site. welcoming the newest member of our fleet. ÷÷
and it was commissioned at the new home port in virginia. and several thousands including first responders and family members of the 184 people killed when flight 77 crashed the at the pentagon. the ship's commander addressed the crowd, noting his vessel is not a memorial, it's a warship, carrying the fighting spirit of those who died. wall street is hoping for a rebound as america's top companies release earnings and investors jittery from the jobs numbers on friday, what a way to kick off the weekend. when the markets opened the first time since learning how weak our payroll situation is, it could be interesting. fox's correspondent brenda buttner. >> because of weak jobs growth on main street, that's the question for investors. yes shall the s&p 500 probably part of your 401(k) hit an all-time high, but there's
concern that show job creation in march signals trouble ahead for the market and the economy. plenty to move stocks this week, the season is definitely earnings. it kicks off with alcoa tomorrow after the bell, but big banks open their bottom lines, too, and wells fargo could give a read on the strength of the housing market and the minutes for the fed's march meetings out on wednesday and investors asking will the fed keep buying ponds to stimulate the economy. wall street will watch for other important news, too, and the president releases his budget mid week and any talk of taxes could hit stocks. did a tax hike at the beginning of the year hurt consumer spending? we get a gauge on that when march retail sales are released and as does an index how you're feeling about the economy and that's coming out, as well. >> harris: lots to look forward to. march madness, and the final two on the court in atlanta.
>> he's out front and listen to this crowd. and he's been adopted by this football team. >> oh, wow, what a moment! and both benches empty. that was a moment right there! wow! goose bumps. >> harris: the most important score of the game no doubt. a touching moment on the midwest gridiron as fans rooted for a seven-year-old boy jack hoffman has brain cancer and can't stop him from
the field on the spring scrimage. 60,000 people were in the crowd. he ran 69 yards for that touchdown and team jack as the support network is known fitted the honorary player. and danica patrick last place after engine trouble. talk about a comeback. nascar! she ended up beating her boss, tony stewart. peter is next to me, but he's in a box. >> i see you, harris, i see you. >> harris: she didn't come in first, but battled out there. >> did great. finished in 12th place and beat her boss. and she was in last place and did well. jam jim ji johnson hitting groove
and danica patrick-- >> and on my twitter page, danica doesn't have a chance, and see what happens, won't be in the top 15. >> and march madness. >> down to two. michigan and louisville. and michigan hasn't won a ncaa tournament since 1989. and louisville haven't won since 1986 and both of the teams impressive victories on tomorrow and both the squads rare for college basketball, they run up and down the court, they played very energetic and high octane, high tempo and everyone is excited for this one and a lot of college basketball fans have been soured because there's so much defense, these two teams, don't play much of it. and exciting game tomorrow out of atlanta. >> harris: you picked wichita state and you came closer than anybody i know. >> so close, i didn't fill out
a bracket, but this is the year i probably should have because i like michigan and louisville. and wichita state, a 9 seed and finish on a high and that's the furthest that squad has been since 1981. >> harris: how about that? i didn't do a bracket either. next year, you and i are on for that. the basketball, the pros now, the knicks 12 straight wins. you know, they say it doesn't matter how you play in the middle of the season, it matters how you finish the season. the knicks went through a slump, but now won 12 straight games including this one in oklahoma city over the thunder. and carmelo anthony is now giving lebron james a run for the mvp race, and the knicks are red-hot and going to finish second in the the eastern conference. and the thunder lose another one here and they're going to fall probably behind the san antonio spurs, but the knicks are hot and everyone wants to talk about the miami heat. look out for the new york. >>s it's rare for new york to
be hotter than miami this time of year, quickly before i let you go. it's odd for you not to be here at home base. before i let you go, nhl winter classic, 2014. love the game and what's happening in hockey? >> it's going to be an outdoor game at university of michigan in the big house, in ann arbor. and this is originally supposed to be scheduled this year, but because of the nhl lockout they canceled it and they're going to be playing a hockey game outside, january 1st in the big house in front of 100,000 people and detroit red wings versus the toronto maple leaves. let's take a road trip and do this, next year you and i will be in the stadium one of 100,000 watching hockey. >> harris: okay. i'm on. you'll be married by then, i'll bring my hubby and make it a double date. >> i love it. >> harris: good to see you. enjoy the weather in l.a., we miss you, thank you. quickly just to let everybody know and my fox fast forward i'll be at college of the ozarks on thursday talking with students for the