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Stories for Friday, 
April 4:

• Coalition forces discover thousands of boxes containing white powder and nerve agent antidote at an industrial site just outside Baghdad.

The discovery comes as the Iraqi government announces it is prepared to use "non-conventional" action against U.S.-led soldiers.

Have we found some of Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons? And if so, what can our forces do to protect themselves?

We'll ask Tim Trevan, a former U.N. weapons inspector, and retired Marine Major Gen. Jerry Humble, Tennessee's director of homeland security.

We'll also have the latest in the Iraq war with correspondents Major Garrett at the Pentagon; Simon Marks in Amman, Jordan; and Jim Angle at the White House.

• Saddam takes to the airwaves to ask Iraqis to strike out at coalition forces, who he says are at the gates of Baghdad. He also mentions a villager who allegedly shot down an Apache helicopter as an example of what all Iraqis should be doing. Saddam's reference to this recent event is all but confirmation that the Iraqi dictator is still alive.

• FOX News has learned that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is urging President Bush to install an interim government in Iraq now.

During an EXCLUSIVE interview on FNC's Hannity and Colmes last night, Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that though this is a good sign, we're not anywhere near the end of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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

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