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Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
at 6:00. bye. >>> breaking news tonight, a deadly shootout in paris. officers hit returning fire, killing an assailant, a major operation underway in the heart of city on lockdown as isis claims responsibility. >>> nuclear fears, nbc news learning u.s. intelligence and growing concern over what's going on in north korea. >>> found on the run, a teacher and his student caught after a month on the lamb. tonight the tip that put authorities hot on their trail. >>> o'reilly fired fallout. new details on a massive payout for the former fox star. millions to walk away. >>> high times, how today's date 4/20 became synonymous with smoking pot and how businesses are cashing in. >>> and living legacy, out of a senseless
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
. >>> we have breaking news in paris tonight. the city of light again the target of an attack. three police officers shot, one fatally, one gunman also dead. the french president saying all signs point to terrorism. it happened on the iconic champs-elysees and area normally packed with tourists from around the world. tonight, it's closed to traffic. kpix 5's veronica de la cruz has new details in this investigation. veronica. >> reporter: yeah, ken and liz. isis is already claiming responsibility for today's attack. let's take a live look at the area right now. the normally busy avenue empty of residents and tourists. instead, it's been teeming with security. >> stay back, please! please, stay back! >> reporter: witnesses say earlier today a car pulled up next to a police van. one man got out and sprayed the bus with bullets. french police say three officers were wounded at least one died. a witness says the gunman sprayed the police inside their vehicle with an automatic weapon. [ non-english language ] >> i left the store and i was walking the sidewalk and there was a police truck and the
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
terror attack in paris, two officers shot, s.w.a.t. teams move in, a famous tourist spot. breaking news here at home, the officers shot here, the manhunt tonight. and the teacher accused of kidnapping a student, both found next. >> all right, david thanks very much. new at 6:00, possible changes at san francisco international including naming the terminals and that's not all. we'll have the story at 6:00. kristen and i will be right >>> tesla today announced its biggest ever recall on 53,000 of its model s and model x cars. this is video of the model s provided by tesla, the sedan. the u.s. luxury electric car maker said the parking brakes installed on those vehicles built between february and october of last year macon tan a small gear that could have been manufactured improperly by a third-party supplier. it said 5% of those vehicles may be affected and it would take less than 45 minutes to replace the brakes. >>> more trouble for tesla and its model s and x vehicles. the x is the suv. 47,000 owners who purchased those cars this year and last, yesterday filed a class action suit again
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
the heart of paris yet again. a gunman opened fire on the city's famed champs-elysees, killing one police officer and seriously injuring two others. the suspect was shot dead by police following a foot chase. now, isis is claiming responsibility for the attack which comes just days before france's first round of its presidential elections. during a news conference is afternoon, president trump responded to the shooting. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france. again, it happens, it seems, i just thought as i was walking in. it's a terrible thing. it is a very, very terrible thing that is going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack. what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. i have been saying it for a long time. >> dana: joining us now with more, from washington, fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge. catherine, we have seen these toys come up before. what is difference about this one? >> dana, we are getting a lot of information from the french police, which tells us the individ
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
charges against him. >>> in paris, isis is claiming responsibility for deadly terror attacks on police. what's the latest, jim? >> reporter: the latest is police are now looking for accomplices. they haven't told us his name they believe a french national who pulled up just behind me here and started shooting at the car at the police officers in the van. one was killed and two others slightly injured and a passerby was also injured. the assailant was shot dead on the scene. he was a 39-year-old known to police with a background in various criminal affairs to 2001. what's most damaging if it turns out to be true, some intelligence sources say he was on what is called a surveillance dossier which is supposed to mean that people like him are to be kept under tight surveillance. obviously he wasn't to put this off tonight. >> that's for known extremists? >> reporter: yes. there's about 15,000 people in france that are qualified to be on that list and the police are supposed to have under surveillance, various degrees of veins and various levels of surveillance they are under. some are kept
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 1:00am BST
top story: a gun attack on the champs—elysees in central paris leaves one policeman dead and two more seriously wounded. officials say the lone gunman, who's been killed, was known to security services. you have to stay back, please. the area is dangerous because of shooting. please stay back. as a massive police operation gathers pace, the islamic state group claims it was behind the attack. french president francois hollande says all signs do point to terrorism. translation: we are convinced the investigations will show that this attack was terrorist in nature. the anti—terrorist group has been deployed and it will leave the enquiry. we will be live in paris with the very latest. welcome to this special coverage of a major anti—terrorist operation which is taking place in paris, after gunmen opened fire on a police van in the heart of the french capital, killing one officer and wounding two others. the incident took place in one of the city's most famous boulevard is, the champs—elysees, which leads from the arctic tree on the to the place de la concorde. the gunmen got out of
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
of paris, we're still waiting to hear what happened or the status of the condition of the two other officers who were wounded. but the french interior says they're looking for possible motives, they don't have one now and the state of paris is in this heightened sense of emergency because of past attacks in paris and around france. >> was this a terrorist attack? >> reporter: right now isis is claiming responsibility for the attack and the french officials say they're treating it and opening this as a terrorism investigation earlier today and the president here at home, president trump said during a joint press conference said that he believes it looks "like another terrorist attack" offering his condolences for those hurt and injured. >> he said, what can i say? it never ends and very blunt with the state of the world. >> reporter: certainly very blunt and we'll hear more when they determine if it was an isis attack. >> lauren thank you. >>> next, developing news, two police officers shot and wounded this afternoon in the downtown as they confronted suspects in a 7-11 robbery. an o
KRON
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
in paris today that left one police officer dead.....and two others seriously wounded. (vicki) catherine heenan is here with the latest on what we know... (catherine) isis is calling the gunman one of its 'fighters'.......... and while the attacker was shot and killed - there are still questions tonight about whether there were others helping him on the scene.. the shooting happened on the champs elysees in paris...when the gunman opened fire on a police van. he had an automatic weapon....which one officer compared to a 'war weapon.' the french president says he's convinced this was in fact a terrorist act.. the attacker has now been described as a 39-year-old from the suburbs of eastern paris. britain's daily mail has posted video that shows the moments when police confront theattacker....you see them circled in red. this was moments before the man was shot and killed. it was all playing out only days before france's presidential election...and while there was an ongoing debate by the candidates. at the white house - president trump talked about what happened in paris...while hosting it
, there was a shooting in downtown paris. it is being described as a potential terrorist attack. i wonder if you have something on that. further to that, to the trouble spots you're dealing with right now, north korea and iran. do you believe the leader of north korea, kim jong un is mentally unstable? is that one of the reasons why you're concerned about these latest developments? is he a man who can be reasoned with? on iran, do you suspect they are cheating on the jcpoa? and to mr. prime minister, you talked about your commitment to nato. president trump would like to see all nato members contribute 2% of your g.d.p. to nato. your contribution is slightly less than 1%. will you commit to committing 2% of your g.d.p. to the alliance going forward? president trump: first, i love the question you asked the prime minister. i look forward to his answer because i'm going to be asking him that same question. well, first of all, our condolences from our country to the people of france. again, it's happening. i saw it as i was walking in. so that's a terrible thing. it's a very, very terrible thing that's
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 12:30am BST
the streetsmart. their major anti—terrorist operations taking place in paris after a gunman opened fire on a police bus in a pa rt opened fire on a police bus in a part of the french capital. —— in the heart. he killed one of and wounded two others. it took place on the champs—elysees, which leads from the champs—elysees, which leads from the arc de triomphe to be manager. it happened 300 metres away from the arc de triomphe itself. the government got out of the car and fired an automatic weapon, before being shot dead by police. media reports say he was known to the intelligence services, at a police search is under way at his home, near paris. the islamic state group says it carried out the shooting, naming the attacker as a belgian, a view user. it comes days before the first round of the french president to elections. —— abu youssef. you have to stay back, please. the area is dangerous because of shotguns. please stay back. tonight, france's worst fears realised, yet another terror attack and just two days before an all—important presidential election here. 0ne policem
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
>>> breaking news tonight, a deadly shootout in paris. officers hit returning fire, killing an assailant, a major operation underway in the heart of city on lockdown as isis claims responsibility. >>> nuclear fears, nbc news learning u.s. intelligence and growing concern what is going on in nth korea. >>> found on the run, a teacher and his student caught after a month on the lamb. tonight the tip that put authorities hot on their trail. >>> o'reilly fired fallout. new details on a massive payout for the former fox star. millions to walk away. >>> high times, how today's date 4/20 became synonymous with smoking pot and how businesses are cashing in. >>> and living legacy, out of a senseless tragedy, a young girl "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt reporting tonight from chicago. >>> good evening. we begin with breaking news a suspected deadly terror attack in paris tonight where a gunman opened fire using a military-style weapon on police officers along champs elysees sending people running for cover. isis claimed respon
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 12:00am BST
with the bbc world news special on a major anti—terrorist operation in paris. a police officer has been killed and two officers injured in a shooting in the heart of the french capital. you have to stay back, please. it is dangerous. a guardsman was killed on the champs—elysees. —— gunmen. the president says that the motive was clear. translation: we are convinced that the investigations will show that it was terrorist in nature. this is the scene live in paris where the champs—elysees remains sealed. anti—terrorist raids are being carried out. the so—called islamic state says it was behind the attack. hello and welcome to this special coverage. a major anti—terrorist operation is taking place in paris after a gunman opened fire on a police bus in the capital, killing one officer and winning two others. the incident took place in one of the city's most there boulevard is, at the champs—elysees, which leads from the arc de triomphe down. it was about 300 metres away from the arc de triomphe. the gunman was shot by police. media reports say he was known to the intelli
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
in california. >> plus developing news from paris where two police officers were shot and killed. we'll tell you what we've learned about the shooting. >> oh, my god. >> a shocking sight on a southern california freeway and it went on and on. we're going to tell you what >> announcer: live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> and here are the headlines making or the stories making headlines at 4:30. police in san leandro arrested a man and woman accused of trying to kill an 11-month-hold baby boy. police say marcel brooks is the boy's father and adonna is the shooter who has another child with brooks. the shooting happened at the downtown mcdonald's at washington plaza on monday afternoon. the child was with his mother and was not hurt. >>> coming up at concerns after a new deal was reached to host conservative commentator ann colter and why colter felt she had to take a stand. abc news tweeted showing the heavy police in paris after a gunman shot and killed a police officer and wounded two other officers. we'll have the latest on that shooting in just a few minutes. and developing news now in
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
killing. welcome to the four on 2. >>> i'm ken wayne we begin with breaking news and paris, this latest deadly attack happened on the most iconic street in paris, the shops it was a, it was packed with tourists when the gunman opened fire, authorities say the lone attacker got out of the car and used an automatic weapon to fire on a police man, those officers regarding an area near the subway station, the roosevelt station. one officer was killed and 2 more seriously injured before police shot and killed the gunman, it happened about 9:30 pm local time in paris, 4 hours ago, officials say the suspect was known to authorities and it -- as an extremist and there is a terrorism investigation. president trump was meeting with the prime minister of italy when he got the news. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france, it is happening it seems i just thought as i walked in, that is a terrible thing. a very terrible thing going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack, what can you say, it never ends, we have to be strong and vigilant. >>> th
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
diligent. tragedy in paris france, we'll continue to monitor it for you. lou dobbs is next. tom: i'm tom sullivan in for lou dobbs. the islamic state claiming responsibility for an attack that killed a paris police officer. a gunman with an automatic weapons opened fire on police, killing one officer, seriously wounding two others before police shot and killed him. sources say the gunman had been previously flagged as an extremist. fox news chief white house corresponds yernts has our report from the white house. reporter: the u.s.-italian summit was meant to reconfirm the close relation between the two countries, the need for it was underscored even as the two leaders were meeting. terrorism and global hotpots were high on the agenda as the president met with the italian present gentiloni. >> it's a terrible thing going on in the world. it looks like another terrorist attack. what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and vigilant. reporter: north korea issuing a new threat warning of a quote super mighty preemptive strike that will completely wipe out u.s. imperialist i
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
for a deadly attack on the famous champs-elysees in paris. plus the attorney general under fire. why did he slam a federal judge and insult the state of hawaii. a top democrat investigating trump's ties to russia. just back from overseas. he'll tell you what he found. let's go "out front." the breaking news, prisz attack. isis claiming responsibility moments ago for an attack on the world famous champs-elysees in paris. this is what we know right now. an gunman jumped out of a car, opening fire with an automatic weapon, shooting and killing a police officer, wounding two more police officers and a female tourist. police ultimately shot and killed the attacker. this is the scene, as you can see, right outside the arc day triumph. police are searching for possible accomplices on the run. parts of central paris are on lockdown tonight. heavy police presence along the iconic boulevard as police officials launch the investigation. the shooter known to french security services for radical islamic activities. americans have been warned to avoid the area. late today president trump was quick to cal
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
in paris with isis claiming responsibility. duncan crawford is live in paris for us. duncan, what do we know so far? >> reporter: well, there's been a huge security operation in the center of paris tonight. it all started at around 9:00 local time when an attacker drove up in a car along the shaumz e lee say, this very famous avenue packed full of tourists and local people, and opened fire on a police vehicle, shooting dead a police officer, injuring two others severely, and also injuring a passerbiin the process. the attacker tried to flee on foot but was shot dead by the police. after that, there was this huge security operation with police in full body armor, carrying assault rifles, fanning out around the street, telling people to get away from the area. isis have claimed responsibility for this attack in a tweet which is affiliated to a news agency links to the group. the french president has said he believes that it is a terror attack. at the moment, we don't know the identity of the person responsible. there are reports tonight that a property in the east of paris is being raided
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
the offices of the magazine in paris. november, 2015, attacking a crowd us. crowded paris concert hall. 2016, july, and extremist crash a truck killing nearly 90 people. then, this today. you can imagine why the french people are very much on edge. three days from now, they will go to the polls and vote in the first round of the presidential election. it is hotly contested. at least one candidate is calling for a postponement due to the events of this evening. we will keep you posted from new developments from france tonight. breaking news at home, you just heard attorney general jeff sessions and the dhs secretary john kelly address this story, which is very big this week. the deportation of this 23-year-old, juan manuel montes. tonight, there is no details in this case, including that the judge presiding over this case, check this out, will be none other than the judge who was the subject of a lot of controversy for now president trump during the campaign. this is justice curiel. he was repeatedly attacked by the candidate on twitter and elsewhere for his handling of the trump university k
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
and the area around the shonda laissez in central paris has been sealed off after a gunman shot three police officers killing one and seriously wounding the others before being killed himself. the prosecutor's office says counterterrorism investigators are at the scene at the attacker seems to be a loan. the area in that region has been cleared. metro stations have also been shots. to trump white house wants complete the biggest overhaul of u.s. tax code since the reagan era by the end of the year. steven mnuchin and saying the reforms will go ahead even if the second attempt to repeal the affordable care act fails. he says the priorities of the administration is to simplify personal taxes, create middle-class tax cuts and make the area community. saudi arabia says several producers have reached an agreement. three months of limited production has seen opec and independent allies failed to cut stockpiles and stabilize the market. minister says he -- did not identify the countries. a initial agreement but we have not yet told all producers that we may be forced to extend the measures to reach
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
>>> tonight, breaking news. the apparent terror attack in paris. two officers targeted. isis claiming responsibility. just a short time ago. one officer, killed. one wounded. authorities swarming one of the most famous tourist locations in the world. our foreign correspondent standing by. >>> the discovery in this country. the teacher accused of kidnapping his former student is under arrest tonight. the 15-year-old girl is found. authorities on the scene, where they discovered them more than 2,000 miles away. >>> two officers, shot in seattle. authorities say a botched robbery. the manhunt right now for at least one suspect. >>> we have new reporting on what could be a big payout at fox. after bill o'reilly is fired. tonight, reports he could be walking away with up to $25 >>> and the video causing controversy. the 10-year-old boy with autism, arrested at school. >>> good evening, and it's great to have you with us here on a thursday night and we begin with breaking news coming in from paris. a terror attack in one of the most tourist spots in the world. gun shots ringing out
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
in paris. color="#ffff00">police officers are shot on the crowded champs-elysees. also tonight, could bill o'reilly's firing mark a tipping point in the handling of workplace harassment? >> we are not going to see employees stand fotr i anymore. employers are going to have to get it together. >> pelley: our cbs news poll shows sky-high support for legal pot, but some fear a crackdown by the federal government. >> reporter: do you think you or other states will go to court and fight this? >> well, we'll certainly explore every option. >>
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 11:30pm BST
, but it looks like a targeted attack on the police force in france. you work the ambassador in paris during some very tumultuous times. there has really been a state of emergency in place for some time. what more can be police do in terms of providing more security? jiggi mac i don't think much more. —— i don't think much more. there are thousands on the street before the elections on sunday. the experience in paris from the bata cla n experience in paris from the bataclan attack, they were determined not to let the taurus change their intentions. —— —— recoil and the cowardly from the attack. so i high level of spray says. francois fillon, according to reuters, has been calling for the election campaign to be suspended. how likely is that, given what you said about friends wanted to show what normal life can carry on?” think he is talked about suspending his campaign. there is only really one more day of campaigning anyway. —— france. saturday is the day when no campaigning is allowed, just before the election. so it is eéffiié 5:52 25:4??? 2; 6: e 5135: — 7 — e22552 22
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: attack in paris. police officers are shot on the crowded champs-elysees. also tonight, could bill o'reilly's firing mark a tipping point in the handling of workplace harassment? >> we are not going to see employees stand for it anymore. employers are going to have to get it together. >> pelley: our cbs news poll shows sky-high support for legal pot, but some fear a crackdown by the federal government. >> reporter: do you think you or other states will go to court and fight this? >> well, we'll certainly explore every option. >> pelley: and the race is on to save the fastest animals on land. >> reporter: so you are cupid for cheetahs. >> yes, i try. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: an act of terror in the heart of paris has shaken the city of light. tonight, the famous champs-elysees is locked down after a french police officer was shot dead and two others were wounded. police shot and killed the attacker. this happened three days before the french begin electing a new president. at least one candidate has called
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
monitoring this from the capitol hill bureau. you had been in paris in an aftermath of a similar scene, a bigger attack. what can you tell us about this? scott: you are right. i was even there two weeks ago to work on more stories how the current status of the terror investigations relates to what is happening in france politically. this is what we know. you have an officer dead. perhaps one other who is seriously wounded who may in the grave condition as well. possibly a third officer may have been shot. the asilliant in the case described as -- assailant in this case described as flagged by the french authorities as a possible terror suspect and someone of concern. he was killed in the shootout. in the past 20 minutes, the isis has claimed responsibility for this attack. that is unusually quick for the organization to come out with that claim. but that is what is reported now through the french police and the french media. something that president trump said. he was about to enter the east room. when this was unfolding. he was asked about the report. this is what president trum
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
>> panic in paris after a gunman opened fire in the heart of the shopping district. it's good to have you with us tonight at 6:00 i'm shawn yancy. >> and i'm tony perkins. here is what we know right now. one police officer is dead, another is injured. the gunman was shot and killed by police. scores of people and tourists fled the scene when the gunman opened fire. french police are still trying to connect all the dotts but during a joint press conference with the italian prime minister president donald trump said the attack in paris looks like another terrorist attack. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france again it's happening it seems. i just saw it as i was walking in so that's a terrible thing and it's a very, very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. >> the incident comes three days before a vote in france's tense presidential under attack at prominent locations around the city including the louvre museum in
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
>> pelley: attack in paris. color="#ffff00">police officers are shot on the crowded champs-elysees. also tonight, could bill o'reilly's firing mark a tipping point in the handling of workplace harassment? >> we are not going to see employees stand fotr i anymore. employers are going to have to get it together. >> pelley: our cbs news poll shows sky-high support for legal pot, but some fear a crackdown by the federal government. >> reporter: do you think you or other states will go to court and fight this? >> well, we'll certainly explore ev
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
is taking credit for an attack in paris killing one officer and wounding two officers at the famous landmark. the shooting targeted officers at the busy champs-elysees. the suspect drove up to a police car, walked up to it and opened fire. in the last hour, we learned that the gunman was previously flagged as an extremist. authorities say counterterrorism investigators are involved in the probe. >>> president trump spoke a few hours ago and said the shooting in paris looks like another terrorist attack. the president offered france his condolences and said there have been too many similar tragedies. >> what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying it for a long time. >> police in paris say it's too early to say whether the attacker had any accomplices. they are looking into motive. >> stay with nbc 10. the latest on the paris attack will be on "nightly news." >>> david creato charged with killing his son. >> he felt his son was getting in the way of his relationship with a teenage girl. the mother testified against the former boyfr
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
's "cbs evening news" attack in paris, gunman opens fire on the champs-elysees, new cbs news poll, shows vote's travel hits a all time high. >>> bill o'reilly's ouster earns him a multi million-dollar pay out. we will look at the race to save the fastest animal on the planet. all of that just ahead on the "cbs evening news". but first it is one of the most prestigious shows of its kind in the country. >> it is right here in philadelphia, when we come back, the wide ranging items you'll find and where and when you can see them. yeah, i just saved a whole lot of money by swhuh.ing to geico. we should take a closer look at geico... you know, geico insures way more than cars. boats, motorcycles... even rvs! geico insures rvs? what's an rv? uh, the thing we've been stuck on for five years! wait, i'm not a real moose?? we've been over this, jeff... we're stickers! i'm not a real moose? give him some space. deep breaths, jeff. what's a sticker?!? take a closer look at geico. great savings. and a whole lot more. >>> coming up on "eyewitness news" at 11:00 it is taste with tori, vault in burlingt
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
's presidential election. world news tonight with david muir has the latest developments from paris next at 6:30 here on channel 6. >>> both sides presented their opening statements in camden today in the trial of 23-year-old david creato charged with murdering his 3-year-old son. sara bloomquist is live outside of the camden county courthouse. sara opening statements and the beginning of testimony what did you learn today. >> reporter: jim only a few witnesses were called today following the opening statements. the most interesting testimony came from brendon creato's mother that the defendant david creato suggested that his son was drawn to the woods by spirits where his body was found. he sat motionless as the trial got underway in camden county court. they toll the case that was carefully instructed to make his client look guilty but he is not. >> he goes by dj david jr. and the accused of -- is the most heinous thing a person can be accused of. but he is innocent. >> jurors heard creato's 911 call when he told police he woke up and found his son missing. hours later brendon was found par
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
on the nbc washington app. >>> breaking news tonight, a deadly ambush attack on police in paris. they are saying it was terrorism. that's the word from the french president. >> isis just took responsibility but as news4's chris lawrence shows us from the live desk, authorities have not confirmed that the terror group is responsible for the attack. >> that's right. isis has identified the alleged attacker and claimed he's an islamic state fighter from belgium. but nbc news will not release his name until we get official word from police there the champs elysee, we first brought you this story first at 4:00, a driver ambushed police officers near a subway station, killing one of them, injuring two others. the shooter was then shot and killed and we just learned from a news conference in paris that a passerby was also hit as well. it's not clear how seriously that person was injured. paris authorities say they are determined to fight terrorism. >>> security was tight at the popular destination for tourists and locals because voting is said to begin in a tense presidential election
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
terror attack in paris. two officers targeted. isis claiming responsibility. just a short time ago. one officer, killed. one wounded. authorities swarming one of the most famous tourist locations in the world. our foreign correspondent standing by. >>> the discovery in this country. the teacher accused of kidnapping his former student is under arrest tonight. the 15-year-old girl is found. authorities on the scene, where they discovered them more than 2,000 miles away. >>> two officers, shot in seattle. authorities say a botched robbery. the manhunt right now for at least one suspect. >>> we have new reporting on what could be a big payout at fox. after bill o'reilly is fired. tonight, reports he could be walking away with up to $25
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
start at 6:00 we breaking news as we take live look at paris right now. authorities say the gunman who opened fire in paris killing a police officer and injuring another had been flagged as an extremist and isis has now claimed responsibility. so here's what we know right n now. police in paris say the attack happened on the champ elysees. that is a popular boulevard there in paris and they say the attacker targeted police guarding an area popular with tourists it appears the gunman was a loan. french president scheduled an emergency meeting to discuss that shooting. president trump told reporters at the white house this afternoon that it looks like it was an act of terror. >> back here at home major mess in southwest philadelphia. annoying some residents. a massive hole blocking their street for days now. thanks for joining us tonight at 6:00. i'm iain page. lucy is off. >>> the water department says authority issue and our jeff cole is working on this one and joins us 35 explain. jeff. >> reporter: iain at least the water has stopped flowing to this big hole on wheeler street. in fac
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
sreenivasan. judy woodruff is away. on the newshour tonight, paris attacks. a gunman opens fire on police just three days before the french elections. also ahead, exxon seeks a waiver to do business in russia. are the trump administration's business ties impacting their decisions? plus, news divisions-- how a politically divided nation gets its news. >> i guess there was an element of distrust. as citizens we don't know what we don't know. >> sreenivasan: plus, the turbulent business of the airline industry: record profits, expanding routes, and in some cases bad service. all that and more on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> supported by the rockefeller foundation. promoting the well-being of humanity around the world by building resilience and inclusive economies. more at rockefellerfoundation.org >> carnegie corporation of new york. supporting innovations in education, democratic engagemen
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
why now? we're getting new details this hour. paris attack. multiple shots ring out and police are targeted in a city scarred by terror. new details this hour in the deadly violence and whose behind it? >>> talking terror. president trump says the paris shooting looks like an act of terror as the investigation is just getting underway. the commander in chief making new public comments about global threats citing unusual moves within the last few hours in response to north korea's taunts. >>> ready for war? hundreds of u.s. troops are training for combat on the korean peninsula right now and chinese attack planes are on high alert today. is north korea ready to launch a pre-emptive strikes as it threatens to quote t completely destroy the united states. >>> we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> we're following multiple breaking stores. stories. cnn has learned u.s. authorities are preparing to seek charges and seek the arrest of wikileaks founder just days after the cia director declared wi
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
attack on police officers in paris. one officer was killed and two others seriously wounded today. the attacker was fatally shot by police. french sources say the government had previously been flagged as an extremist. moments ago, we learned that isis is claiming responsibility for the attack. president trump's comments came during a news conference with italy's prime minister, a news conference heavy on world pressure points include north korea and iran. john roberts tonight. >> the summit was meant to be from the close ties between the two countries and their mutual cooperation to fight the scorch of terror. the need for which was underscored even as the two leaders were talking. >> terrorism and global hot spots were high on the agenda today as president trump met with italy's prime minister paolo gentiloni, learning of the shooting in paris as it was wrapping up. >> it looks like another terrorist attack. what can you say it, it never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. >> the two leaders also spoke about north korea and iran, north korea issuing a new thre
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
state claiming responsibility for the deadly shooting of a police officer with a war weapon in paris. the gunmen wounded in fact two other officers before he was shot and killed this just three days before france's presidential election. andrew, i'm reading reports help me clarify something. was it alone perpetrator or do you know if there is another suspect out there. >> even the french state television channel has reported that there was just one suspect but multiple witnesses claim there was more than one shooter. it's possible that there's multiple people. it's also possible that shooting happens in two locations. they didn't quite get it right. overseas and here at home as well. this particular terrorist we can call him that now. moments ago they take credit. did he arrive today from belgium. >> that is what it looks like. particularly the network angle is very important because there's also reporting that he used automatic weapons which are part of a roddick -- radical islamic network. the fact that it was used with that ak-47 reportedly and the suspect may come from belgium is
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 11:00pm BST
the mass paris attacks over a year ago. tonight, people in central paris were too scared to leave their homes. the tension is palpable. gunshots. shots are being fired. is it gunshots? no. a sudden noise where we were was mistaken for gunfire and had police shouting us off the street. metro stations in central paris have been shut down for now as armed police spread across the streets of the capital. tonight, paris is fearful, and on high alert. katya adler, bbc news, paris. the french interior spokesman, pierre—henry brandet, gave reporters this update. translation: just before 9pm in front of number 102 on the champs elysee, vehicle stop next to a police vehicle which was carrying out public order and traffic duties, working under the direction of the prefecture of police. this vehicle was stationary with operatives inside and also some police officers we re inside and also some police officers were carrying out duties on the pavement nearby. a manjumped out of the vehicle and opened fire on the police vehicle, fatally windy one officer from the police vehicle, fatally windy o
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 10:45pm BST
spokesman gave reporters this briefing on what was known at that point about the fence in paris so far. just before 9pm in front of champs—elysees, a vehicle stopped next to a police vehicle which was carrying out public order and traffic duties. this police vehicle was stationary with operatives inside so some police office rs operatives inside so some police officers were carrying out duties on the pavement nearby. a manjumped out of his vehicle and opened fire on the police vehicle, fatally wounding an officer from the present police force. the man then try to run onto the pavement, targeting police officers there. the wounded two of them, they sustained serious injuries. the two wounded police office rs injuries. the two wounded police officers and nearby officers returned fire and the attack was killed. the surrounding area was locked down immediately with an emergency response units deployed to secure emergency response units deployed to secure the zone. as for the identity of the attacker, that has not yet been confirmed in a clear and precise manner, so been confirmed in a clear an
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 2:30pm PDT
's live from paris. hearing we've been reports that clashes have erupted between protesters against venezuela's president and the police. protesters have gone back into the street despite three deaths yesterday. earlier the chief prosecutor says the national guard sergeant was killed in a gunfire attack while his squad was trying to control protesters and a city near caracas. two others, including a teenage students, or also killed. protesters blamed pro-government groups. 8 have been killed and demonstrations over the past few weeks in venezuela. i'm joined on the line by a " wall street journal" journalist in caracas. have today's protest been as big as yesterday's? yesterdays were called the mother of all protests. >> that's right, yes. they perhaps -- still sizable turnout for the procession today. several thousand people congregating in eastern caracas, may be up to 10,000. surprising determination given the scale of violence we'd seen yesterday. but what has been different today is the geography of the process. once again the protesters have congregated in the eastern part of
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 10:30pm BST
—elysees. christian, once again, a large part of paris in lockdown and very nervous city. i'm looking at the champs—elysees and i can see armed police walking down the main part of the road. i don't know if people we re the road. i don't know if people were in the restaurants and hotels which line the champs—elysees, whether there are still in there and under lockdown, it is getting close to midnight. very nervous seen on that part of the champs—elysees. the police operation in terms of looking foran police operation in terms of looking for an accomplice is over in this pa rt for an accomplice is over in this part of paris but it is underway in other parts of paris, to the east of the city they are searching an apartment. i was telling you a short while ago we believe there is an arrest warrant that has been put out for a second suspect. we don't know whether he was on the police say they are looking for second suspect who came into france from belgium. they were, of course, feel full that something like this might happen in the run—up to the election. in fact the run—up to the election.
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 2:30pm PDT
others are injured. the man using a kalashnikov. killed.cker was this is the scene in paris. the french government says that the officers were deliberately targeted. the motive for the attack is unknown. tim: hello, and welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. shot through an out once again in central paris. the french authorities say one police officer has been killed, two others wounded. a gun man on the champs elysees, one of the most famous places in the world. president francois hollande is convinced it is an act of terrorism. center of the french capital. the shooting took place just a few meters away from the arc de triomphe. isis thought that the work done by just one man, who was no to the security services. >> you have to stay back, please. please stay back. france's tonight, worst fears realized during another terror attack just two days before an important french election. one policeman killed, another injured on the champs elysees. >> i was walking on the pavement. the man parked just in front of the bus. then he got out a kalashnikov and
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 10:00pm BST
tonight at ten. a policeman has been shot dead on the champs elysees in paris. a major security operation is underway. you have to stay back please! the champs elysees is closed because of shotguns, stay back. a gunman got out of a car on the busy boulevard and opened fire on a coach carrying police officers. the attack took place just under two hours ago — the entire area around the champs elysees has been evacuated. and meat we were moving towards the carand and meat we were moving towards the car and heard two or three shots. i didn't realise they were shots to start with. there was panic all around. two other police officers have been injured — the french authorities say they are treating it as a terrorist incident. this is the live scene in paris now — the police say they're not ruling out the possibility that there were other attackers. it comes three days before the first round of french presidential elections. we'll have the very latest on this breaking story. we'll have the very latest on this breaking story. also tonight: the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, casts h
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
of paris. police believe it was a terror attack. our correspondent is standing by with the latest. ♪ >> we begin with some breaking news. one police officer has been killed and another wounded in what police say is a terror attack in the heart of paris. a gunman of them fired in the historic champs-elysees. police are warning the public to avoid the area. let's go live to paris. what a are you hearing aboutut s inincident, what is s at the la? >> the spokespersoson for e interioror minisister was interviewed by a police -- one man got out of the car, he started shooting with a machine gun at the police car and killed one police officer. two others were wounded in the exchange. there are rumors about another attacker. the interioror minister did not confirm that. they are very cautious about any information getting out at the moment. it is a developing situation. as long as it is not confirmed by the police or the interior minister, we should not believe anything. no one is getting access to the champs-elysees at the moment. >> we're getting new details in every minute. we are seeing report
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
now at 6:00 we are following breaking developments out of paris, france. isis has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on police. one officer has been killed, two others seriously wounded this evening. a man with an automatic weapon opened fire on the officers as they patrolled a metro station near the famous street. police shot and killed that gunman. >>> president donald trump also says this looks like another terrorist attack. comments made during a news conference today with the italian prime minister at the white house. they both faced some tough questions including the chances of a nuclear north korea and new sanctions against iran. >> reporter: security was among the topics during the talks at the white house with the italian prime minister during a briefing that followed, president trump was asked if america would join italy in the battle against isis in libya. >> i think the united states has right now are in a role everywhere, so i do not see that. i do see a role in getting rid of isis. >> reporter: when asked about north korea, president trump started tal
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
house. the two world leaders expressed their condolences to the people of paris this afternoon during a joint news conference. the president also says he plans to talk to the prime minister about making more payment to nato. mr. trump also says he looked forward to meeting the pope when he traveled to italy next month. the white house says it's going to reach out to the vatican to see if an audience with the pope is possible. >>> it's like a vicious cycle. how people try to jump the white house fence and then the secret service tweaks its security measures around the just last month, a man spent more than 15 minutes on the grounds of the white house before being apprehended by secret service agents. kristin wright tells us what tourists are saying about the most recent changes. >> reporter: not a day goes by that tourists don't stop and take pictures at the white house. the photo many hold on to and cherish forever. >> and i remember being, like, one foot from that fence and taking a picture with my daughters. we never forget that. >> reporter: but with more restrictions and more barr
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
. the first part because we have seen so many attacks in paris. i was there two weeks ago working on a series of stories for "full measure" about the threat of terror in france. secondarily covering the political scene. they vote on a president in three days. sunday is the first round of balloting. marine le pen, a hard right wing candidate is very anti-jihadi and anti-terror. she is leading in the polls. some believe if this is an attack like that would propel her. stay tuned for more on the breaking news. larry: thank you, scott. you can get breaking news alert on your phone. sign up at wjla.com/text. nancy: 22 years to the day after the oklahoma city bombing the secret service closing the si ellipse side of the white house. that bombing is why all the streets closed around the white house to begin with. sam ford is live near the executive mansion to explain why for us. sam? sam: the secret service says it is after a review of the new security measures following a number of jumpers and attempted jumpers at the white house. as you can see, the secret service agent is there. people are no lon
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
breaking news out of paris right now. police there have confirmed one officer system dead, another is wounded after a shooting incident on the shams n >> authorities i was 27-year-old william moore jr. is one of three suspects accused of killing raul farley. police released this new surveillance video on your screen. it shows two additional suspects following moore into an apartment building on milestone way. this is just moments before the shooting. investigators believe farley was shot during a robbery. a second victim was technological shot but survived. >>> also in prince george's county police arrested man wanted for a fatal shooting in capitol heights. police say 30-year-old christopher green shot and killed jan cotto two weeks ago. cotto was shot while walking near her home in the 200 block of selma avenue. she was taken to the hospital where she later died. police say the suspect and victim did know each other. they believe the shooting stemmed from an attempted robbery. >> we're going to make right. we're going to make things right and i want everyone to feel comfortable a
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