White powder

An envelope containing a suspicious white powder was sent to the offices of Westchester newspaper The Journal News yesterday, just a few days after employees received an envelope filled with similar-looking powder.
A Greenwich Village couple was arrested after police say they found explosive powder, a sawed-off shotgun, and pages from a "Terrorist Encyclopedia" in their apartment.
Some envelopes contained a note: "This is a reminder that you are not in control. Just in case you needed some incentive to stop working. We have a little surprise for you. Think fast."
One of the incidents is at 180 Madison Avenue, at a Wells Fargo branch at East 34th Street, where three people were reportedly exposed.
We're hearing that three people were exposed and are being decontaminated.
Officials are honing in on the health care reform opponent who
Last week, Rep. Anthony Weiner called out Sarah Palin for using
The white powder sent to Rep. Anthony Weiner's office appears to
Rep. Anthony Weiner With his Kew Gardens office still closed after
[UPDATE BELOW] A health care reform opponent sent a letter containing
One person was reportedly exposed to a suspicious white powder after
Initial tests performed on the suspicious white powder that was discovered
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