A man has been arrested on suspicion of planting a pair of homemade bombs on a northern California golf course, authorities said on Sunday.
Kevin Hornbuckle, 49, faces possession and manufacturing of a destructive device charges after two bombs were found on the course at the Foxtail Golf Club in Rohnert Park, California, about 50 miles (80 km) north of San Francisco, the Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety said in a statement.
Club employees on Saturday found one of the explosive devices on the 18th hole fairway and took it to the facility’s maintenance yard. The golf club was evacuated from the facility before police destroyed the bomb, authorities said.
Authorities said that Hornbuckle told them that the device was an “acid-bomb.”
Club employees told police they also found remnants of a second bomb which appeared to have been detonated at the golf course on Friday night, authorities said.
(Reporting by Brendan O’Brien, editing by William Hardy)
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The New York Times broke the story Thursday that Russia is supporting President Donald Trump and is already hacking the 2016 election to help his reelection.
It was something NBC reporter Ken Delanian called a "bombshell."
"It is the worst nightmare of many of my sources in the intelligence world," he said. "It's bad enough to learn that there is classified intelligence that Russia is interfering again and trying to elect Donald Trump. We should be careful about that because it is not clear what it means. Does it mean disinformation on social media, does it mean intercepts that suggest people in the Kremlin are discussing the campaign? That is bad enough, but then the notion that because a briefing of that information was delivered to a bipartisan group of lawmakers, that cost Joe Maguire the job? That is a bombshell."
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President Donald Trump also used an NDA is his hush-money scheme to silence Stormy Daniels.
Warren asked Bloomberg to release the women from the agreements, "so we can hear their side of the story."
Former Vice President Joe Biden also joined in, but Bloomberg refused to allow the women to tell their story -- and couldn't even answer Warren's question about the number of women who are gagged by NDAs.
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"Intelligence officials warned House lawmakers last week that Russia was interfering in the 2020 campaign to try to get President Trump re-elected," The New York Times, citing five sources, reports late Thursday afternoon. The newspaper adds that the "disclosure ... angered Mr. Trump, who complained that Democrats would use it against him."