Washington Radio Station Says It Received Suspicious Package

Authorities are investigating 10 pipe bombs sent to high-profile Democrats and critics of U.S. President Donald Trump with the focus on leads in Florida, a federal law enforcement source said.

Washington Radio Station Says It Received Suspicious Package

The Washington, D.C., news radio station WMAL was evacuated soon after.

WASHINGTON:

Washington, D.C., news radio station WMAL said on Thursday it had received a suspicious package and its building has been evacuated.

Authorities are investigating 10 pipe bombs sent to high-profile Democrats and critics of U.S. President Donald Trump with the focus on leads in Florida, a federal law enforcement source said.



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