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kalahariresorts.com a pleasant good morning to you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, march 6. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," a north philadelphia street turns into a crime scene when a man is shot multiple times and killed, plus hundreds of people in the streets of germantown to march against violence. more us troops could be on their way to iraq to fight against isis. first, meteorologist, chris sowers is outside with a look
ahead with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, gloves, coat, what's going on? >> reporter: it's chilly out here, gray, temperatures feeling more like the beginning of marchs opposed to the end of march. the numbers have pulled back to the upper 20s and low 30s. we have a breeze to make it feel five or six degrees cooler. pottstown, 33. quakertown, 29. warrington, 33. center city, 38. levittown, 36. 37 is the number for glassboro. 38 in vineland. gandys beach 38. woodbine, 41. sea isle city, 44. yesterday at this time we were actually in the upper 50s, low 60s. we had gotten off to a beautiful start same time yesterday. the cold front has swept through and the winds have shifted out of the north. that's why it's chilly out here this morning. on satellite and radar you can see the cloud cover hanging tight along the coast. we're expecting clearing over
the next couple of hours. mostly sunny skies is the call throughout the afternoon. later on we'll see temperatures 52 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., 58. 5:00 p.m., 58. somewhere in between there we'll top out 59 or 60 degrees. it's a nice start to the holiday weekend. we are expecting sunshine for easter sunday. we'll see more in the way of clouds tomorrow, overall easter sunday looks good. rainy days and mondays always get me down, whams if it's rains on -- what happens if it rains on monday? it's a double whammy there. we'll have the details when i see you just a little bit. new this morning, a man is dead after an overnight shooting in north philadelphia. the action cam was on the scene on the 1300 block of north 19th street before 1:00 a.m. officers saw a man shot multiple times lying in the street.
he was rushed to the hospital where he died. no arrests have been made. we continue to follow a developing story off the cost of brigantine, new jersey where the coast guard is searching for several missing boaters right now. crews were called out before 6:00 p.m. yesterday, they say three to four people were thrown into the water when their fishing boat capsized there. three to four people are missing after their fishing boat capsized off the coast of brigantine stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for the latest on the developing story. time 7:03. hundreds of people are taking a stand against the violence this holiday weekend. dozens of religious leaders parishners and residents took to the streets of germantown last night to have their voices heard. dann cuellar has the story. ♪ >> reporter: as many as 300 people carrying t-shirts with the names of those killed in gun violence marched through the streets of germantown in somber
memorial. they sang to a zulu word. we bless this site with holy water. >> reporter: they marched to a number of sights where people were killed. charles johnson was shot and killed by two boys in a case of mistaken identity. we have to stop the devastation in our community. moor -- moretta cox did not know about the march until she rode by and saw her stepson's name who was killed a year ago today. it is the stations of the cross gun violence prevention march. it seems the t-shirt memorial grows in numbers as more names are added. we hear of gun vial -- violence
on the streets of philadelphia, it was chilling to hear all the victims' names at once. it was symbolic and intentional that they were holding the event on good friday. the symbol of the cross is the symbol of execution at the hands of the state. we see the victims of gun violence being victims of being a lack of policy around gun control. organizers are hoping and praying for an end to the senseless violence that has no end. i ask you to look at the names on your shirt these these are all lives that matter. in germantown, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." this morning police are looking for the gunman who opened fire hitting a 16-year-old girl outside of her home. the shooting happened late thursday night at 7th and luzerne in the hunting park section of the city. a stray bullet hit the teenager as he had sat on the front
stoop. the motive of the shooter is not clear. police know she was an innocent victim. at this point in time we know based on on this young lady's statement she hears one loud pop. that's part of the investigation. they will be out there to canvass the neighborhood and see if anybody else heard anything else. detectives are looking through surveillance that might lead them to the shooter. now to the latest on the terror attacks in brussels this morning the hunt continues for two suspects who are unaccounted for and authorities say one of the suicide bomber is the suspect bombmaker in the paris attack. >> reporter: dramatic raise and arrests in belgium, including this tense take down, a man refusing to drop his bag shot by police. a young girl by his side running
to safety as the bomb team moves in. authorities still not saying whose or who he is or whether he is connected to the deadly attacks in brussels. this is as belgium officials confirm one of the suicide bombers killed in the airport made the bombs in the paris attacks. they found suitcases of nails and screws and makings for bomb and the isis flag. the third man shown here one of two terrorists still on the run responsible for this. the horrific aftermath of the scene where new york resident alsarin and so she -- sosha killed. still miss this guy couple from tennessee justin and stephanie shultz and among the injured
survivors, american missionary mason wells. i feel like to escape with what i did. >> reporter: the state department said two americans are among the dead. their names have not been released. marcy gonzalez abc news new york.frightening scene, a vs the moment a bomb ripped through an iraqi soccer stadium killing dozens of people. the suicide bombing happened yesterday in the stadium 30 miles away from baghdad. isis claimed responsibility. the pentagon wants to boost the number of american troops to iraq. military liters say the increase would happen in the coming week. they plan to talk to president obama about recommendations to
increase support for iraq ground fight against isis. all this comes after u.s. forces killed the islamic state finance minister and other key members of the group. mark kirk of illinois will be the first to meet judge merrick garland. most republican senators have been refuse to go schedule confirmation hearings or meet with garland. they say it should be up to the next president to fill the vacancy. still ahead on "action news," saturday morning an internship unlike any other. listener to this, a company in florida is looking for interns to drink beer and yes they get an a for it. pursuing passion later on in life. we'll tell you about an employment program that teaches
i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions, stood up for marriage equality and protected our environment. now i'm fighting for criminal justice reform. i'm proud to be backed by tom wolf, ed rendell and people who care about our families. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you.
well there are internships and then there's there, a tavern chain in florida is looking for three summer interns to drink beer and travel the world. not only will they cover all travel and lodging, the company is paying the interns 1,000 each. that's crazy, but if you want to apply go to world of beer.com the deadline is midnight. i'm sure they have thousands of applicants. this never happened. >> reporter: it's not called internship it's called
retirement. and they pay for it and give you money to do it. >> reporter: my internship was hey chris get me a cup of coffee over there. there you go. >> reporter: let's go live on sky6 live hd. look there's the view in atlantic city. it's nice and brisk out there. there's a breeze out of the north that's putting windchills down in the upper 20s and low 30s, we'll see plenty of sunshine with a warm lg -- warming wind. double scan live is clear. next rain is sunday night into monday. 38 degrees in philadelphia. wind out of the north giving us a feel of 32 degrees. 32 in reading. 34 in trenton. 38 in atlantic city when you factor in the winds feels like 32 in atlantic city. 31 now in philadelphia.
26 in allentown and 27 in the poconos. satellite and radar, again, cloud cover exiting the coast as we see the frontal system push off to the east rapidly. we should get into clearing over the next few hours, in new jersey and delaware, pennsylvania has cleared. we see a lot of sunshine from start to finish. it promises to be a nice day. tomorrow doesn't look all that bad. we'll see an increase in clouds. temperatures warmer, and eventually sunday night into monday, this system across the high plains that will unique in and bring periods of rain. monday there could heavier downpours that could aggravate the morning commute a little bit. you'll want to allow yourself extra time to get to work and school. double barrel area of low pressure out here accuracy heartland of the -- across the heartland of the nation. sunday night into monday it
plants itself over top of us. easter sunday, temperatures in the low to mid 40s, cloudy. i know crease in sunshine by midday. 58 degrees by 2:00 p.m. in philadelphia. allentown, 53. again, this is easter sunday. trenton, 54. millville, 55. dover, 50 degrees, the clouds increase again during the evening hours as the next frontal system pushes through sunday into monday. periods of rain, 9:00 monday morning. look at the yellows and orangeses those are downpours. it will start to clear by afternoon, we can't rule out leftover showers monday not looking nice around the delaware valley. today is beautiful, 59 degrees, a ton of blue sky, sunny. allentown, 58. trenton, 58. cape may, 53. the shorepoints will be cooler than inland locations. overnight tonight, upper 30s north and west, low 40s for
philadelphia. trenton, 38 underneath a partly cloudy sky. easter sunday starting out with clouds. it's chilly, but not as cold as this morning. 43 by 9:00 a.m. lunchtime partly sunny, 53. we'll call it nice and mild with temperatures topping out between 60 and 62. the normal high for this time of the year is 56. everyone of those days above seasonal averages. 58 today. 60 for easter sunday. 65 for monday, morning rain, again some of it heavy at times. 65, the number will fall during the afternoon with the passage of a cold front. 60 degrees tuesday, 65 wednesday, thursday, there we go, 70 degrees not too bad. are you complaining? >> reporter: nope. i'm not complaining. senior citizens deciding to reenter the workforce find it difficult to find a job, but there's a new program, tamala
edwards has that in the art of aging. >> reporter: julia is the dietary aid at a senior center. she spent her career as a certified nursing assistant. after retiring. it was boring. >> reporter: she went to the mayor's office of aging senior service employment program it helps older workers update their job skills and experience. i always wanted my own place to run, so this is good. it's good for the senior center, too, they pair trainees with nonprofit and public agencies that need the extra help. we have a staff of 6 people. the support of having three or four additional people we receive under the mayor's program is a boost.
>> reporter: trainees work 20 hours a week and paid minimum wage. they are learning being in the workplace that they probably never experienced ever before. , julia is hired for permanent possessions after their training is complete. i'm happier, it gives me strengthen --ength. >> reporter: tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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eggs today in philadelphia and new jersey. impacting your world christian center the first one at cherry hill at 10:30 the second at the water view recreation center at noon. both events are free and open to the public. if you're in the mood for good read, there's a book sale today from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the 4700 block of baltimore avenue in west philadelphia. most books will be sold for a buck. all proceeds will help send books to people in jail. join the easter bunny and other special guests for one of the older and celebrated traditions. the easter promenade that begins at 5th and south street they will march to head house square and there will be best dressed contests and local restaurants
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, satellite and radar showing a quiet weather pattern across the lower 48. we have snow across the high plains, everybody else doing all right. the jet stream looking like this, we'll see cooler conditions here. everybody else is on the mild side. you know you're doing something right when the cool downs are above seasonal averages. the cold front came through yesterday. it's above average. normal for this time of year is
56. today we top out at 60. tomorrow it's warmer. this cold front gets in here next week and again it's above seasonal averages. this afternoon, sunshine, a couple of clouds, but no big deal. 57 degrees by 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 53 cooling back down into the 40s. thank you. some sports, nova takes on the number one team in the country in the elite 8 here's ducis rogers with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, called the matchup of a tournament thus far. red hot villanova against the number one team in the nation kansas tonight. the cats have a not-so-secret weapon. >> reporter: the last time nova played kansas three years ago, ryan arcidiacono hit a game-winning three with ten seconds to go. hitting shots is nothing new for
the senior his journey to the elite 8 started in bucks county in the living room on a net smaller than this. ryan arcidiacono has been playing baseball since he was three years old. he cruised to make shot after shot on a fisher price net in his langhorne living room. his parents who met at villanova and graduated in the 1980s remembered it like it was yesterday. do you remember destroying the living room. we broke my mom's wedding picture. knocked it off to the fireplace and smashed it. >> reporter: thankfully for nova he is more accurate these days. he scored 21 against miami, he faces kansas on saturday.
villanova is shooting 06% the best by a tournament team in 22 years. we play the game on a consistent basis like we have. doing something he has watched his whole life an amazing fulfillment for him and for us. >> reporter: saturday is his 22nd birthday. he is only wishing for one thing, to beat number one ranked kansas and get to the final four. with the wildcats, jeff skeverski. >> reporter: for basketball, pete mckannin is opt about the coming season. we've got a bunch of good guys, we'll see what happens this year and we'll wynmore games than we're -- win more games than we are given credit for and to keep moving in the
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"action news," two people are on the run after a shooting leads to a chase and crash in southwest philadelphia. developing the coast guard is searching for several people after a fishing boat capsizes off the coast of new jersey. can villanova do it again, they take on top seeded kansas tonight in the elite 8. we'll all be watching. let's go outside to chris sowers with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: what a difference a day makes, yesterday at this time we had temperatures in the 50s and 60s this morning we have windchills in the 20s, go figure, right? 32 in allentown. 38 in philadelphia. trenton, 34. poconos 30. millville, 39. cape may, 43.
the 24 hour temperature change is impressive, 31 degrees colder in reading. philadelphia, 27 degrees colder. trenton, 28. atlantic city and wildwood, 19 degrees colder than 24 hours ago. satellite and radar, the reason for the colder air is because a cold front swept through yesterday evening. you can see the wind barbs and the winds arrows. they were in a southwesterly direction yesterday, now, they are coming out of the north. it will shift in an easterly direction. both will keep temperatures cooler than yesterday afternoon where we topped auto at 73. -- out at 73. today 59 or 60. still above average. 1:00 p.m., 52. 3:00 p.m., 58. 5:00 p.m., 58. mostly sunny conditions. we're tracking wet weather in the forecast. easter sunday looks all right, but monday looks miserable. we have a chance of rain on
thursday, when i come back in just a few minutes i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast. thanks for the update. developing right now, the coast guard is searching for a group of missing boaters off the coast of brigantine, new jersey. crews were called out at 6:00 p.m. yesterday evening. they say three to four people were thrown into the water when their fishing boat capsized. the coast guard is working with state and local agencies. three to four people are missing after their fishing boat capsized off off the coast of brigantine stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for the latest on the story. police are looking into a chain of events that began with a shooting and ended with a demolition-darby-like crash. an officer witnessed a shooting in west philadelphia. the officer gave chase, but the suspect's car slammed into
several parked cars near the intersection of 64th and grays avenue. police are looking for two people who left the scene. one person is in custody. the shooting victim is in critical condition. this morning the search for answers continues after a carbon monoxide leak with a tragic result in wilmington, delaware. four people and a dog died inside an apartment there. jeff chirico spoke to one of the victim's relatives. >> reporter: sources say this boiler room is the focus of the investigation into what may have killed four people at the hidden valley apartments. edward dunphy said he alerted authorities to a potential problem when he couldn't reach his brother. my mother and i tried to call for two days, i come here three times a day, i want to make a courtesy call. >> reporter: dunphy said the police found the body of his brother and girlfriend and another friend and their dog. officers began to evacuate the
building and discovered another deceased subject inside another apartment. >> reporter: emergency crews found high levels of carbon monoxide inside buildings f and g. were notes were checked out for -- residents were checked out for poisoning, and seven were taken to the hospital including four children. we can't figure out what it is until further investigation. >> reporter: the red cross is helping displaced residents find places to stay. meanwhile, dunphy is grieving and weighing for answer to what claimed so many lives. what do you want people to know about your brother. he was a good guy. >> reporter: police are not releasing the names of the victims until their families have been notified. it is unclear how long residents will be out of their homes. in wilmington, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." right now philadelphia police are investigating an accident that killed a postal worker. police say the worker was hit and killed on lindbergh
boulevard near 74th in southwest philadelphia last night. the victim's name has not been released. police say the car involved did stop. police are investigating another pedestrian accident this one involving a motorcycle. chopper 6 hd was over the scene around 8:00 p.m. on the boulevard near ryan avenue in northeast philadelphia. police say the motorcycle hit a 50-year-old man as he tried to cross the northbound inner lanes. that man was taken to the hospital listed in critical condition. as the presidential election heats up across the country another set of democratic caucuses will be held in alaska, hawaii and washington state. 142 delegates are up for grabs. right now democratic frontrunner, hillary clinton has a lead with 1691 dell gas. with the recent win delegates.
a tiny bird was feeling the bern yesterday. bernie sanders acknowledged the feathered friend which was on the ground next to him. before he could finish the bird flew on to the podium. he said even though it was not a dove it must have been asking for world piece. the story trending on social media as birdie sanders. on the republican side, ted cruz is accusing donald trump of smearing him by planting a salacious tabloid story saying cruz has had five secret mistresses. the republican presidential candidate has been married since 2001. their marriage has been in the news a lot this week as donald trump started a war of words after going after cruz's wife on social media. let me be clear this national inquirer story is
garbage. it is complete and utter lice. it is a tabloid smear and it is a smear that has come from donald trump and is henchmen. in a statement trump denies having anything to do with the tabloid story he said unlike lying 2ed -- ted cruz i do not surrounded myself with political henchmen and plead innocence. villanova tips off in the elite 8 in louisville, kentucky. villanova crushed miami in the sweet 16. they are shooting 60% from the field in the tournament. jeff skeverski is in louisville for the matchup against kansas. look for his reports all day on "action news." still ahead on "action news" saturday morning. two atlanta at that police
officers in trouble this morning after getting into a fight with each other. investigators say this is was all over who could run the fastest. we have details. a local biotech company is the brains behind new tech that can spot food contamination within minutes. that story in "healthcheck." meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. "action news" saturday morning continues after the break. so glad you stayed with us,
a fire left thick black soot covering the walls of the boss top recording studio. a firefighter and police officer and three students were taken to the hospital for smoke. the damage is estimated at half a million dollars. no word on what caused the fire. oh, about how high, -- oh, boy, listener to this one. police responded to a fight to find two fell officers were involved fighting over who was the fastest runner. one was suspended, the other resigned. >> reporter: just race there would be no argument just race.
if you beat the other one, there you go. >> reporter: my twin brother and me -- you didn't pull a gun on your brother. >> reporter: no, i just beat him in the race. let's get you outside and show you what is going on, looking live from our temple university camera you can see the sun shining down nicely. we have clear conditions, south jersey, the jersey shore holding on to cloudy cover this morning, the clouds will be exiting rapidly. we should enjoying mostly sunny skies later on. double scan live is clear. no precipitation expected until sunday night into monday morning. we started out on the chilly side. although 58 is above average of 56. 73 wednesday, thursday, 69 and yesterday, a balmy 73 degrees. this afternoon we are shooting for a high of 59. that's above the average of 56. the low temperature this morning
is the present temperature reading of 38 degrees. trenton, 34. allentown, 32. poconos, 30. millville, 39. cape may, 32. dover, 38 with a windchill or feels like temperature of 32 in dover. reading feels like 32 with the breeze. feels like 27 in the poconos with the wind. trenton feels like 28. almost feels like the beginning of match as opposed to the end of march. we've been spoiled rotten with all the warm air lately. it's part of a contributing factor. satellite and radar showing clouds on the degree crease. we'll go mostly sunny skies this afternoon. this is our next weather maker here across the high plains that gets in here sunday night into monday morning especially monday morning where we could pick up tropical downpours, but spring and summer-like downpours that could slow the commute down, allow yourself extra time to get to work and school.
temperatures topping out in the upper 50s close to 60 degrees. overnight tonight in the 40s. easter sunday, lots of clouds early, 9:00 a.m., 42 degrees in philadelphia. the clouds thin out by midday. we see the return of sunshine. 4:30 we're up to 61, 62 in philadelphia. the clouds increase sunday night into monday. monday morning looks like a mess at this point with the heavier downpours. it will be mild with the temperatures in the 50s. the only issue we'll see this weekend if you're an allergy sufferer, pollen will be high. it is mainly tree pollen. they are in the high category. pull back slightly for monday and we get back up in the high category come tuesday. mostly sunny and nice today, 59 degrees is the forecasted high. winds are light out of the east/southeast at 5 to 10. 35 degrees outlying suburbs, 42 for center city. mostly cloudy skies to start,
increase in sunshine throughout the day, 9:00 a.m., 43. lunchtime, 53. 5:00 p.m., nice mild, 60 degrees, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 60 degrees for easter sunday, 65 for monday, periods of rain early, some of it will be heavy at times. may be a leftover shower during the afternoon. mild, 65. tuesday, sunny and breeze, 60. wednesday another 65. thursday, 70. friday that's the next storm system maybe more rain. look at how mild the temperatures is, gray, 66 degrees, we're winning. okay, chris thanks. 7:45. spring break is here, if you're looking for something fun to do you might want to check out 6 flags new jersey correspondent nora muchanic did and has more from jackson township. >> reporter: not everyone can getaway, lots of folks are doing spring break at great adventure. they were going crazy this morning we got out the door so
they can run and have fun. we got on a rollercoaster and did kiddie rides and on to the next one. all the homework and stuffer it's stressing a little bit, i guess. >> reporter: this is far away from homework isn't it? yeah. the excitement of going up and buildings up to falling down. >> reporter: you like that. ah-huh. >> reporter: the park is putting the finishing touches on the 14th rollercoaster called the joker. it shows how it will turn riders upside down. they will flip 6 times as they go up and down the dips and dives. >> reporter: check out these adorable animal cubs, a lion named zuri and a local bear called bailey. bail was born on january 12.
her mom rejected her. she is being raised by the vet tech at the park. bailey makes a racquet. that's a sound that the bear cubs make. the as you suckling is completey natural. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." chris is in love with that bear. sometimes tv does not go as planned. can be funny, nora got up close and personal with the bear, but never expected this. bailey was born on january -- her mom took care of her at first -- [laughter]. a big bear kiss, love the bear. these behind the scene videos are another reason to check out "action news" page on facebook,
all right, folks, good morning to you, 7:50 saturday morning, taking a live look sky6 live hd overlooking atlantic city. what a beautiful shot, 42 degrees. we should reach the upper 50s today. in "healthcheck" this morning a new reports find 59,000 kids go to the emergency room every year after getting their hands on household medications. children under age 3 account for the majority of the accidental poisonings. if half of all the cases the kids got into their grandparents medicine. americans are filling 4 billion prescription a year. a university city company has a an easier and faster away of detecting bacteria and it can
prevent food poisoning. yards brewery has put philadelphia on the national beer map built on good flavor and consistency. if the player slips for a short time. they will not try your beer again. >> reporter: the biggest culprit is microscopic bacteria. it's not harmful but it can sour the taste. to keep the bacteria out, they run a new test created by a bio tech company in university city. it looks for the dna footprint of micro organisms, whether it's new beer, wine, beef or food. it takes a copy of dna and makes more and more copies. research director said they go through several steps to isolate bacteria and dropped into device
like a pregnancy test. within minutes you know you have contamination. two are positive and negative. >> reporter: and it can be used for any of the major causes of food borne aliments. the patented technology is being used by more than 150 companies. it's fast and accurate. potential problems are detected and fixed fast. it makes us feel confident about what we're sending out. >> reporter: the test can be done in-house by regular workers not by scientists. it's not just the finished products, candy makers are using it to insure raw ingredients are safe. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." 7:52 coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, stay with us we're coming right back.
forecast. >> reporter: we'll see a nice afternoon, temperatures topping out in the 50s and low 60s. we're above average. 60 degrees easter sunday, clouds and sun, which will give way to more clouds, but overall it will be a nice day. rain arrives late sunday night into monday morning. monday morning will be messy with downpours, 65 degrees, tuesday is nice, sunny, 60. 65 wednesday, 70 partly sunny and windy thursday. thank you, 7:55 we're minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with a
preview. >> reporter: hey gray coming up on "g.m.a.," new developments in the all-out manhunt across europe for those suspected of being involved in the terror attack in brussels. the pentagon announcing a victory in the fight against isis. the republican race to the presidency becoming a race to the bottom. ted cruz accusing trump of a damaging story in the national inquirer. finally, it's time that things are changing in cuba, the rolling stones play overnight after president obama's notable and historic visit earlier in the week. the sights and sounds of a historic concert on "g.m.a.," we'll see you soon. all right, dan, thank you, "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. we're staying on top of the search for four missing boaters at the jersey shore. villanova plays top-ranked
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, raids across europe. the hunt for terror suspects. this takedown in brussels, officers opening fire. >> the single shot was sniper shot. >> what happened next? and the big blow for isis. a top isis leader taken out as the terror group carries out a fresh attack. the deadly bombing at a soccer stadium. candidate combustion. the donald trump/ted cruz feud explodes. cruz denying a "national enquirer" report claiming political operatives are looking into rumors he had multiple marital infidelities. >> it is complete and utter lies. >> what trump is saying this morning. caught on camera.