Tune in to FOX News Channel this Saturday at 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. and Sunday from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m., 1 a.m. ET as award-winning and veteran journalist Geraldo Rivera brings you two special broadcasts this weekend!
Saturday, July 9
The hunt for the bombers begins! Terrorism experts say the attacks in London bear the hallmarks of al Qaeda (search) while a group called "The Secret Organization of al-Qaeda in Europe" (search) is claiming that it staged the attacks. Who are these people and have they set their sites on the U.S? Times of London (search) NY Bureau Chief Nicholas Wapshott joins Geraldo with the very latest on the terrorist attacks that rocked Europe and the world.
And, we’re tracking the path of Hurricane Dennis as the dangerous Category 4 storm churns toward the southern U.S. We’ll have team coverage with reporters all along the Florida coast and in New Orleans to keep you up-to-date on evacuations and weather conditions. And we’ll get an update on how the storm is affecting Florida businesses and residences from Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist.
Then, we turn to the mystery in Idaho that has cops searching for a cold-blooded killer. Eight-year-old Shasta Groene, (search) who was kidnapped from the home where her mother and two others were killed, has been released from a hospital and is back at home with her dad. We’ll get an update on her condition from Steve Groene, who is still holding out hope that his missing son, Dylan, will be found alive. And former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman gives us an inside look at rapist Joseph Duncan's (search) role in the mystery as he unravels this twisted tale. Plus, we’ll talk to Nick Chapman, the alert Denny’s patron who spotted Shasta Groene and called 911, essentially saving the little girl’s life.
Also, we’re live in Aruba with an update on missing teen Natalee Holloway. (search) Tonight, we’ll ask her mom why she decided to apologize for criticizing the way Aruban authorities are handling the investigation into the disappearance of her daughter when Beth Holloway Twitty and Jug Twitty sit down with Geraldo.
Sunday, July 10
The death toll rises in London as the massive hunt begins for the bombers who wrought carnage on underground trains and blew up a double-decker bus in London. And they're asking anyone with information about the attacks to come forward. Prime Minister Tony Blair (search) promises to track down the perpetrators of the worst terror attack ever in Britain. Who is responsible and how can they be stopped? We’ve assembled a team of experts to assess the situation abroad. Don’t miss when Geraldo sits down with former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik, terrorism expert Steve Emerson, and former assistant Secretary of Defense Lawrence Korb. Get the answers from our all-star terrorism panel.
Plus, we’re keeping a close eye on Hurricane Dennis (search) as the powerful storm makes its way toward Florida. Forecasters are saying this could be the worst storm to make U.S. landfall in 13 years. We’ll have live coverage up and down the Eastern seaboard to track Dennis’ damage. And, AccuWeather's Joe Bastardi will update us on the hurricane’s path. You can count on Geraldo’s team for full coverage of this powerful and deadly storm.
And, we’ll go back to Caribbean for an update on the desperate search for missing Alabama honor student Natalee Holloway. (search) Dad Dave Holloway and her aunt, Linda Allison, join Geraldo with the latest.
Then, don’t miss an “At Large” exclusive! Three people dead. Two children missing. Now that Shasta Groene's (search) abductor is behind bars, does he hold the key to what really happened in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho? Go inside the crime scene with former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman as he visits the house where the murders took place and takes us to the campsite where rapist Joseph Duncan (search) held little Shasta and her brother, Dylan, hostage. We’ll also talk to Shasta’s aunt, Wendy Price, for an update on her niece’s condition. Geraldo unravels the mystery behind this chilling case!
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NOTE: The Associated Press contributed to this report. Topics and guests subject to change.