Bomb Threat News
Twins arrested in NYC on explosives charges
There is no active or current threat, according to law enforcement.
Officials: Math teacher stopped showing up after bomb threat
School officials say an ex-teacher worked at Harlem Prep High School from 2016 until he resigned shortly before his arrest on federal explosives charges
Ex-teacher accused of paying students for help making bomb
Former high school teacher, brother accused of stockpiling explosive materials in their apartment, paying students $50 an hour to dismantle fireworks for gunpowder to make bombs
The Latest: Ex-teacher pleads not guilty to making bombs
Former high school teacher accused of stockpiling explosive materials in apartment pleads not guilty to unlawfully making bombs; brother denies similar accusations
Twin brothers arrested in NYC on explosives charges after authorities find bomb-making materials
Twin brothers have been arrested in New York City on explosives charges for making a bomb, multiple law enforcement sources told ABC News. The two arrests were made in The Bronx, the sources aid. Investigators recovered bomb-making materials as part of the investigation. Christian and Tyler Toro
Top Putin opponent urges Russia protesters to act 'for yourself and your future' as he and others are arrested
Russian police arrested a top opponent of President Vladimir Putin today as thousands of people around the country protested against a lack of competition in presidential elections planned for this spring. Alexey Navalny, an anti-corruption campaign who has become Russia’s most prominent opponent
'Primal fear' as people across Hawaii get false alarm of imminent missile attack
John Aaron and his wife woke up on their honeymoon in Hawaii this morning to a startling alert: A ballistic missile attack was imminent. The emergency alert was blasted over the hotel's public address system and sent to people's mobile phones across Hawaii just after 8 a.m. local time. The message
California man accused in Kansas 'swatting' death also wanted in Canada
A Southern California man accused of making a hoax 911 call that led to the killing of an unarmed man in Kansas is now also wanted by authorities in Canada. The Calgary Police Service has issued an arrest warrant for 25-year-old Los Angeles resident Tyler Barriss, who they allege made a "swatting"
Swatting call leads to an innocent man being killed
Tyler Raj Barriss is accused of making a prank-call to 911 from California, allegedly sending police to a home in Kansas where they opened fire on an unarmed Andrew Finch.