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Suspicious packages sent to Joe Biden and Maxine Waters

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Former Vice President Joe
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  • Law-enforcement officials are looking into suspicious
    package addressed to former Vice President Joe Biden and
    California Rep. Maxine Waters that were similar to the ones
    containing explosive devices found at the homes of
    former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and
    former President Barack Obama
    Wednesday. 
  • At least two suspicious packages were sent to Waters: one was
    intercepted at a Los Angeles mail facility while the other that
    was addressed to her Washington office was interrupted at a mail
    facility outside of the city,
    CNN reports

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. federal investigators are
trying to track down a suspicious package they believe was
addressed to former Vice President Joe Biden, a federal official
said on Wednesday.

Former President Barack Obama was among the targets of at
least five suspected package bombs sent to high-profile Democrats
and CNN in what New York officials branded an act of
terrorism.

At least two suspicious packages were sent to California
Rep Maxine Waters Wednesday: one was intercepted at a mail
facility in Los Angeles, while the other, which was addressed to
her Washington office, was also intercepted at a mail facility
outside the city,
CNN reports
.

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