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Bronx Twin Brothers Accused Of Trying To Build Bombs — NYC TERROR ARREST

Bronx Twin Brothers Accused Of Trying To Build Bombs — NYC TERROR ARREST

Christian and Tyler Toro, both 27, were arrested after law enforcement agents raided the brothers' Bronx apartment and found approximately 20 pounds of iron oxide; five pounds of aluminum powder; a substance appearing to be thermite, mixed from iron oxide and aluminum powder; five pounds of potassium nitrate; a glass jar containing explosive powder; and a cardboard box containing firecrackers, according to the U.S.


Best celebration for a losing team you'll ever see

Best celebration for a losing team you'll ever see

Well I guess it is kind of wild but it certainly was a attractive celebration after the united Korean women's ice hockey team scored their first goal in Olympic competition. That inter-Korean sporting harmony should peak on Wednesday when the team takes on Japan, a former colonial power on the peninsula and common arch rival for both North and South Korea.


S.African lawmakers choose Ramaphosa as president

S.African lawmakers choose Ramaphosa as president

Ramaphosa's election by the National Assembly crowns a career during which he founded the biggest mineworkers' union, led talks that ended apartheid and produced the nation's first democratic constitution, and amassed a fortune during a 14-year stint in business.


Here's what that suspicious letter sent to Don Jr. reportedly said

Here's what that suspicious letter sent to Don Jr. reportedly said

John TrumpTrump Jr. denies father is racist: Black leaders who criticize all "have pictures with him" Bannon likely to meet next week with Mueller: report Meghan McCain: Melania is "my favorite Trump, by far" MORE on Monday called him "an very bad person", NBC News reported .


Florida school shooting: Teen threatens 'Round 2 of Florida'

Florida school shooting: Teen threatens 'Round 2 of Florida'

The sheriff's office contacted the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office and confirmed they arrested the suspect who sent the threat and he is now in custody. His parents allowed deputies to search the home. The boy has been charged with disturbing schools. He was taken to the Department of Juvenile Justice facility in Greenville, deputies said.