UPDATE: Another Possible Bomb Mailed to Prominent Democrat
UPDATE: A device intended for former Attorney General Eric Holder is among those intercepted in recent days.
That's according to two people who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press to discuss an ongoing investigation.
One of the people says the device was sent to the wrong address. It was then sent back to what was listed as the return address, an office of Florida Rep. Deborah Wasserman Schultz.
The person said the device was believed to be similar to those sent to other officials, including former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Rep. Maxine Waters says her Washington office was the target of a suspicious package.
The California Democrat says in a statement that U.S. Capitol Police informed her about the package and that it had been referred to the FBI.
UPDATE: In Florida, the Broward Sheriff's Office is using a bomb squad robot in the investigation of a suspicious package at the office of Rep. Deborah Wasserman Schultz, the former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee.
Police are also investigating the suspicious package near Wasserman Schultz's office on the Sawgrass Corporate Parkway in Sunrise, which is near Fort Lauderdale.
The congresswoman was in Coral Gables, along with Hillary Clinton, at a campaign event for Donna Shalala on Wednesday morning.
Miami FBI spokesman Mike Leverock says the agency is aware that a suspicious package was mailed to Wasserman Schultz' office in Sunrise and agents are on the scene.
UPDATE: The U.S. Secret Service says media reports that it has intercepted a suspicious package bound for the White House "are incorrect."
The law enforcement agency tasked with protecting the president and other dignitaries says it has intercepted two packages in Washington and New York. The packages were respectively addressed to the residences of former President Barack Obama in Washington and Hillary Clinton in Chappaqua, N.Y.
The Secret Service says neither was at risk of receiving the packages.
Two law enforcement officials say a suspicious package that prompted an evacuation of CNN's offices in New York City is believed to contain a pipe bomb.
The officials said the CNN bomb was crude but operational and was addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan, who appears on air on other broadcast and cable outlets.
The officials say the device discovered Wednesday appeared to be similar to explosives sent to former President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and billionaire George Soros.
A separate law enforcement official told The Associated Press that the explosive discovered at Soros' suburban New York compound on Monday was a pipe bomb.
UPDATE: CNN says its offices in Manhattan have been evacuated because of a suspicious package.
The news network reported on Wednesday morning that a police bomb squad was at its offices.
The U.S. Secret Service says agents have intercepted packages containing "possible explosive devices" addressed to former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Law enforcement officials say the CNN package was discovered in the mail room. It's not clear yet if it's related to the other packages.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A U.S. official says a "functional explosive device" was found at Hillary and Bill Clinton's suburban New York home.
The official says investigators believe the explosive is linked to one found Monday at the compound of liberal billionaire George Soros.
The official wasn't authorized to publicly discuss an ongoing investigation and spoke on condition of anonymity.
The device was discovered early Wednesday morning at the Clinton's home in Chappaqua, New York.
Police in New Castle, New York, who cover Chappaqua, say they assisted the FBI, Secret Service and Westchester County authorities in "the investigation of a suspicious package."