OH FACEBOOK SHOOTING
Murder...point blank... posted on Facebook...Police in Ohio, are warning surrounding states to be on the lookout for 37-year-old Steve Stephens, considered armed and dangerous, who held his phone in one hand, a gun in the other, as he approached a 74-year-old man in Cleveland, asked him to repeat a woman's name, then you hear a bang... and the man's lifeless body is on the sidewalk. In a separate video posted on Facebook, Stephens claimed to have killed more than a dozen other people. Cleveland police have found no other victims; they're calling on Stephens to turn himself in. His cellphone has 'pinged' in Erie, Pennsylvania. He was driving a late model white Ford Fusion.
--The U-S is still urgently trying to figure out a solution to the North Korea problem. The regime put on a massive military parade in Pyongyang Saturday morning - and followed it up with a ballistic missile launch. The launch failed.
-- "The era of strategic patience is over." That warning to North Korea from Vice president Pence in South Korea, where Monday he made an unannounced trip to Camp Bonifas, about a mile from the DMZ. Pence received a security briefing from Gen. Vincent Brooks, the commander of U.S. Forces Korea. Later, in a joint statement with South Korea's Acting President, Pence repeated "all options are on the table" to deal with the threat and said any use of nuclear weapons by Pyongyang would be met with "an overwhelming and effective response."
CA SCHOOL SHOOTING
North Park Elementary School reopens after last week's shooting that left a teacher, a student and the gunman dead.
The 121st Boston Marathon will feature 25-thousand runners...it gets underway at 8:50am ET. Saturday marked four years since the deadly pressure cooker bombing.
More death in Syria. An explosion ripped through a bus depot in the Syrian city of Aleppo where evacuees were waiting for buses, killing more than 120 Saturday.
You still have time, but not much, to file your taxes. The usual April 15 deadline fell on a Saturday, and Monday is a holiday in DC, Emancipation Day, so you have until the end of day Tuesday. The IRS is reminding the nearly 30-million of us who have yet to file, you have options, and "don't panic."
Turkey's main opposition party is filing a legal challenge to Sunday's referendum vote giving the President sweeping new powers. Critics call it a power grab by president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, nine months after he put down a coup attempt
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has asked the state's Supreme Court to lift a stay of execution issued Friday. Bruce Ward was scheduled to be executed Monday. Arkansas had scheduled eight executions by the end of this month when its supply of a lethal injection drug expires... but state and federal courts have blocked the executions. Two drug makers oppose the use of their products to kill people.
Melania Trump tweets she's looking forward to hosting Monday's Easter Egg Roll at the White House, the first of the Trump administration.
Another customer dispute with United Airlines: On the way to their destination wedding in Costa Rica later this week, Michael Hohl and his fiancee found a man stretched out and asleep in their seats -- they moved to seats a few rows ahead -- the two were asked to return to their own seats -- the couple insisting they did; the airline saying a marshal had to remove the couple for repeatedly trying to sit in upgraded seats. The two had to spend the night in Houston Saturday but they flew to Costa Rica on United the following day.
CONEY ISLAND PANIC
NYC police say false reports of gunshots at Coney Island's amusement park set off a stampede, with screaming crowds racing in all directions. The chaos Sunday on the Brooklyn waterfront coming two days after reports of a gun going off in Manhattan's Penn Station produced similar panic. The stampede was set off after an apparent dispute among some youths, with bottles thrown and crashing near the Luna Park and Cyclone rides.