8:40 AM PT -- Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz's Florida office was evacuated just after a suspicious package was mailed there Wednesday morning. The bomb squad is currently on scene.
7:55 AM PT -- Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the package sent to the CNN building was addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan, who has been a frequent CNN contributor. The package was a manila envelope with 6 stamps.
7:55 AM PT -- It now appears the stories that a bomb was sent to The White House are incorrect. As far as we can tell right now, no such device was sent. That re-focuses the terrorist attacks and strongly indicates the targets were prominent Democrats who were highly critical of Donald Trump.
Also, Time Warner Center in NYC where CNN is located has been evacuated after a suspicious device was found in the mail room. That device, we're told, resembles a pipe bomb.
CNN abruptly went to commercial as employees filed out of their NYC studio. They came back on the air from their Washington, D.C. studios, and from the street outside Time Warner Center.
7:00 AM PT -- Authorities now say the devices sent to Obama, Clinton and Soros are "similar."
6:45 AM PT -- Federal authorities tell TMZ, they believe the same perpetrator(s) sent the bombs to both Soros and the Clintons.
A technician who screens the mail for the Clintons found the device at their Westchester County estate in Chappaqua, NY. The device was discovered late Tuesday. Hillary was at a campaign event in Florida, but former Prez Clinton was at home.
The Secret Service says another suspicious package was sent to Barack Obama but intercepted in Washington, D.C. The device was sent by mail. The Secret Service has identified it as "a potential explosive device."
As for the device at the Clintons home ... the package was addressed specifically to Hillary. Authorities are reviewing surveillance video. They want to know if the package was delivered by mail or otherwise.
Both the Clintons and Soros live in Westchester County.
Story developing ...
Originally Published -- 10/24/2018 6:26 AM PDT