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greg gutfeld is next, see you next week. not to be. that's it for us. julie banderas is next. >> this is a fox report. donald trump, and ted cruz and john kasich sweeping across the rhode island, delaware and connecticut and pennsylvania. some are considering it a make or break day. at stake whether donald trump can get enough delegates before the republican convention in cleveland. trump is out front and the only cand daut that could reach the number. ted cruz warning people in
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pennsylvania for voting for a phony like trump. and trump tells supporters in connecticut he will act presidential and call kasich and cruz to get out. >> he has no pathway to victory. and kasich, he's 1- 38. he's running. i don't know. >> pennsylvania has a megaphone to speak to it the country. and we face a choice, do bee want to nominant a candidate who is a phony. who is telling us he's lying to us? >> and it is not our job in public life to demean public life and we get into personal attacks. win with ideas or go home. we have kristin fisher following the democratic race
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and we begin with matt finn and republicans in connecticut. after trump's big win in new york. we can expect trump to act more presidential. and so which is it? did we see a change in tone today? >> reporter: no, no change in tone in the events in connecticut. they were consistent with the rallies to date. donald trump saying ted cruz is lying ted and kasich putting people to sleep. he said changing his tone would be like asking tiger woods to change his swing. he said the united states needs a strong president obama. >> they are chipping off people's head. and jeb said i tonight like his tonight. hillary clinton said the same
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one. it is harsh. the world is tough. this country is not tough and our leaders are not tough. and our negotiators and representative. secretary of state kerry is not tough. >> he will stick with his tough message and there is a new web video and he attacks the establishment. and he would take on the establishment. >> how about cruz and kasich. >> they are in it they say for the long haul. >> reporter: they believe they can beat p donald trump on the convention floor. donald trump said they should dropout because they are mathematically eliminated.
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>> on the democratic side. hillary clinton and bernie sanders embroiled. hillary clinton took aim at republican front runner donald trump. >> listen closely to the republicans, they are telling you what they want to do. trump keeps saying things, i didn't really mean it. it was all part of my reality tv show. running for president will be on your screen. well, you know what, if we buy that shame on us. bernie sanders is getting ready for an event in balt bachlt community conversation on young men of color. and bounced back and forth. he told the massive crowd his campaign is about thinking big
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and{ing the tough questions. >> if we think about half a loaf, we'll get crumbes. if we think about small ideas, we'll get results. we are doing something unusual in contemporary american politics. we are telling the truth. >> any sign of sanders backing off clinton. >> reporter: not one big bit. sanders seemed for defiant. he had a big rally in baltimore before delaware. he laid out the differences between him and hillary clinton. and said the vice-president applauded sanders style.
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>> he remained neutral between bernie sanders and hillary clinton, but not between their campaign styles. he will take mr. sanders aspirational approach over mrs. clinton's caution any day. >> reporter: sanders' third and final event will get ufrnd way. it is called a communicate conversation of young men of color. that is timely given the death of freddie grachlt there -- gray. there will be a big peace march and that will come up tonight. >> the clinton campaign has a new ad, focusing on trump. not sanders. they are refocusing if you will, right?
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>> this is the latest example of the clinton campaign pivoting from the primaries to the general election. another example, the clinton campaign has seriously discussed possible running mates. the adthat was released this afternoon, used donald trump's words against him. and donald trump, extreme make over. here's a clip. >> i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody and wouldn't lose votes. >> one of my personal heroes said, when someone shows you who they are are, believe them. >> and right here in maryland, clinton is ahead a lot in those
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states. it shows clinton ahead in all five states. >> thank you, kristin fisher, live in baltimore. tune in for a special american town hall. they will preview the states voting this particulars week -- this week. >> and submit a question on the facebook page to it make sure you check it out. president obama wrapping up his visit to london. the president answering questions from young activist to push for change, but be realistic and open to compromise. he will face opposition of his own in germany. tens of thousands of protestors
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spoke out about the free-trade agreement between the u.s. and europe. kevin is following all of. this kevin, what did the president accomplish in this visit? >> reporter: that's a great question. if anything an uneven visit for the president of the united states. most observers said he struck out in his comments about the possibility that the uk could lead the eu. if they did that in relate to trades, they would be at the back of the line. how far he was it was fair to say lean forward in the upcoming trip in germany by talking about two issues with david cameron and we are talking about trade. on on the subject of trade, going to hanover is a taller issue for the president.
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there in germany there is more skeptism when it rehates to it the large scale deal that president obama and merkel will want to discuss. they will talk about the massive refugees. he talked to uk youth today and he told them, he was proud of what he accomplished as president obama. >> there is things i am proud of and the basic principle in a country as wealthy as the united states. and access to high quality health care they could afford. that's what something i am proud of and i believe in.
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saving the world economy from a great depression, that was presidenty good. >> reporter: the president got applaud for his accomplishments in office. he reminded young people to nurture the relationship between the u.s. and uk. he also tried to remind them not to be cynical as hay look at life. it is a tough time for young people but encouraging them to have a stiff upper lip. >> telling young people not to be cynical is a tall order. did the president's remarks hurt british prime minister? >> reporter: i know he was trying to help his friend. but really that was heavy handed by the president of the united
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states. and people said, listen, we don't want your opinion and we'll stand up and make the decision their own. it is clear to the poom here and all over if you are talking about trade deals. you will deal with a bigger block before you get to agreements. it doesn't mean it doesn't exist. but you president probably hurt david cameron in the short run than he gave help. thank you, kevin. a discoverry off of the coast of the bermuda. >> new figures on exactly how much the 2016 candidates are raising for the campaign. you will be be shocked to see who is raising in the most dough
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clues. the rockets primary battle leading in both parties. it takes a lot of money to compete. but does all of that cash equal success? >> yeah, julie, when you look at the numbers, it is astounding to see how much money is going in the election. candidates and super pac raised 1.1 billion according to open secre on the democratic side bernie sanders dominates hillary clinton in fund-raising. they raised 46 million. but sanders is burning through the cash faster than clinton and doesn't have a super pac behind
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him. they brought in over 11 million in march and 67 million this election. >> secretary clinton is doing it the way politicians are doing. it establishing a super pac. and the mange super pac reported 25 million from special interest including 15000000 from wall street. on the report side, donald trump raised only 2.7 million in march, far behind cruz's 12 million and such sich 4 million. trump wrote his campaign a loan. >> companies and china and they have powerful lobbyist in washington and the senators and congressman. i am self funding.
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>> right now, new details in a series of brutal execution
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style shootings in southern ohio. we are learning the names of the victims. all members of the same family and hearing the chilling 911 calls. investigators have yet to identify the possible suspects. brian has been following the story for us. what is the latest on the investigation. >> eight members of the roden family was five men and three women. all shot in the head execution style. their bodies discovered in four separate homes in pike county. population 28000. and three of the homes were a milland half. some were murdered as they slept including the mother with a four day old baby near boichlt the baby and two other children were
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not hurt in the massacre. 911 calls reveal the horror. the first by a fell mail who discovered relatives killed and a second call from a male relative at 1:30 p.m. >> tell me what is going on. >> there is blood over the house and my brother looks like they beat the hell out of him. okay. >> there's blood all over. >> i need deputies come out to 7994. all of this stuff on the news. i just found my kouzin with a gun shot wound. >> okay, sir, is he alive? >> no, no. >> authorities have analyzed the
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crime scenes and autopsies will be completed. >> any idea why the family was targeted. >> we don't know why their family was targeted. police ruled out it was a murder/suicide. and interviewed over 30 people and there are additional units and patrols to protect the rest of the family. the community remains on alert as the suspect or suspects remain on the run. and if you have tips. 855- bci- ohio. >> thank you. >> a hole swallowing a massive tanker truck. this looks like a sinkhole, it is not. we'll explain what caused this mess.
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a margin. senator sanders is campaigning in maryland. it is a meeting for young people of color. and a critical meeting in florida delegates. what we got out of it was not new for the convention, but a promise that president obama would act more presidential. this is after paul manafort that trump is playing a part on the campaign trail. what does that mean? and he will pivot to a presidential persona in the general election. not exactly in have donald trump. >> reporter: a week of political meetings, the chairman of the republican party did not mention donald trump by name,
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but urged the delegates to support the nominee. >> politics is a team sport and we can't win unless we rally around who is the nom no. >> reporter: donald trump is the only one who did not come to meet with the delegates and he did the exact opposite. he was out on the campaign trail and he is bashing the republican primary system and called it a rigged. >> it is a rigged crooked system designed so the bosses can pick who ever they want. and people like me can't run. >> reporter: it was his surrogates to pick up the pieces and try to persuade the delegates that trump is different. he can change his tone to a presidential one and that the
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trump campaign would be willing to work with the republican leadership in the campaign. coming up tomorrow. a pair of introduce. paul manafort sits down with fox news second and see upon debbie waszer-shutz. >> and it is our top story in 80 seconds. >> syria, ress cue workers carry an infant out of a destroyed building and rushed to get more victims on stretchers in aleppo. syrian government fired more mortaring and killing six
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people. the ceasefire in danger of collapse. china, a warehouse catches fire and explodes and they rose nearly 100 feet in the air. officials say no one was urt. japan, ravaged by a pair of powerful earthquakes. they destroyed roads and they are meeting with the firefighters and police officers, involved in rebuilding. >> the quakes till killed 48 people p. south africa. volunteers rescuing 60 monkeys after it was revealed they lived in poor conditions. they obtained a court order who are now in a nearby sanctuary.
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that's the wrap around the world. now the fox extreme weather system. great plains bracing for rain and thunderstorms. forecaster it is monitor the street of the rain. possible tornados, serious stuff? >> we have days of warning. the storm prediction center said severe weather outbreak. oklahoma and texas and tornado alley and we could get long lasting tornados is something to note. we have a couple of systems moving in the west. we have a risk of severe weather on sunday. and spring- time snow in the rockies. and we need that cold from canada to get all of the ingredients. you have the cold and warm gulf
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of mexico moving in. >> you can see the inches of snow in the mountains across the rockies. your severe threat. large hail and isolated tornados, but the big threat will be on thursday. across texas and oklahoma and missouri. we could zoo have long lasting destructive tornados. houston was delulled with ravenlt and april is where we see the tornados. and we have been below average in terms of storms for april for tornados. >> we've had 283 tornados.
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and i want people to be prepared and it will happen in the plains tuesday and wednesday. >> and you know how else to be prepared, by reading freddie the frod caster, and the terrible tornado. not to make light. >> it is it a good way to teach your kids about it. >> i wrote four books. this is most crucial. they don't know how to tell kids how their torp torns -- tornado forms. if you can teach them in advance, you are ahead of the game. education is power. they know where their safe place is. and i try to do that with
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freddie. and the book comes out on monday. and available for preorder. i have a freddie weather app and kids can get their forecast and have fun games like driszing freddie and a match game here and i am excited. oh, look at how cute he is. >> there we g. >> this coming out on itune. >> thank you for supporting freddie. my main goal is to educate kids. >> new developments in the death of prince. his body was cremated. and we'll have the latest on the investigation in to his death. with hydrogenated oil...
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prince inspired him to write the hit song "holy mother". he was like a light in the darkness and i can't believe he is gone p. prince was found dead in his home. eric claptop, he was in the middle of the interview, what is it like to be the greatest guitarist in the world? he replied. i don't know. ask prince. will, any word on when we'll learn the cause of death? >> reporter: it depends on the autopsy. it could take days or weeks to get the results. and prince's family, some of his friends and fellow musicians got together for a small ceremony. quite fitting since he was a low- key persona.
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and we are piecing together the days. his last flight made an emergency stop. he was battling the flu and last seen wednesday night and his body was found inside of a elevator in his home 30 minutes west of minneapolis. investigators are looking at prescription medication and the sheriff will leave no stone unturned until they know what happened. >> this is a tragedy to all of us. prince roger nelson was a celebrity. to us, he is a community and a good neighbor. respiratory to his family, he's a loved one. in life he was a very private person. we're going to continue to respect his privacy and his
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dignity and hope you do as well. >> reporter: his death impacting so many in the community, and all across the world. >> there was a tremendous response to prince's death. what more has come out. >> reporter: fans are going outside of the home in paisley mark in minnesota and they have laid out tokens and putting out purple flowers and a sign and we got a video of a family member passing out purple box. and tonight, we have a live had look of fans packing the target field. and watching purple rain. that is a classic 1984 movie
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that helped prince to be be the star he was. >> delaware community in, the girls attacked her there with no one around and she was air lifted to a hospital and died soon after. classmates, said amy didn't believe in fighting and had a reputation of breaking fights up. two police officer shot in a shooting in walmart. it is our top surgery as we go cross america. arizona. >> when the first officer walked in the store, the suspect fired at the officer. and the second officer arrived
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and engaged the suspect and the suspect had mort will shootings. >> the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. it was not the first time the man trespassed in the store. >> oklahoma, a woman stole an ambulance and led police on a chase. he was in jail before for assaulting paramedics. she stole an ambulance from a hospital parking lot. she smiled for her mug shot after the latest run in with the law. >> and in texas, the driver mark parking on the upper deck. the truck was filled and flood
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experts watched history to unfold. >> this is a skin and muscles. and this is probably -- the artery. >> usually they just find dry bone and not issue muscles. and even most of the teeth were intact. it was thought to be a young man, but the chairman of the radiorologist said it was a male 50 and 60 who suffered with a disease that plagues people each thou. >> we were surprised he had osteoporosis with multiple fractures. and we thought it was only a disease of the modern human being. but it was 3000 years ago.
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they are hoping to find out why the mummy died. >> a solar powered plane about to finish the ninth leg of its trip. he will go over the golden gate bridge. >> the center lag was riskiest because of the lack of emergency landing sites. it flies under 30 miles per hour. >> if you like to wine and dine with your canine, you are in luck. a number of restaurants are allowing patrons to bring in their dog while they eat.
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♪ hello, friends. good morning. sunday the 24th of april, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. we do have a fox news alert for you. gunfire inside a high school prom. there's people hurt. the brand-new details breaking overnight. and so much for acting more presidential. >> lyin' ted cruz has absolutely no way he can win. he's lyin' ted. and kasich, he's 1 for 38. i mean he's running, i'm just running. why you running? i don't know. this is crooked hillary clinton. >> that's donald trump of course, back in true trump form as ted cruz pulls even close


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