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Stories for Monday, Dec. 30:

• The FBI has launched a manhunt for several suspected Arab terrorists it says may have entered the United States illegally from Canada last week. Among the locations authorities were focusing their search on is New York, based on information received from at least one intelligence source, officials said. Has our immigration policy's failed us? Jack Martin, Federation for American Immigration Reform weighs in.

• South Korea was assessing on Monday whether communist North Korea was preparing to withdraw from the international treaty that seeks to halt the spread of nuclear weapons. A statement released by North Korea suggested it would pull out of the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons — a move that would escalate the crisis over the isolated nation's decision to restart its nuclear facilities and expel International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors. Dr. Larry Wortzel, retired national security analyst joins the show…

And Retired Army Col. David Hunt with the latest on Iraq.

These stories ... and more on Studio B With Shepard Smith at 3 p.m. ET.

Note: Topics subject to change