1. WTF

    4 Dry Ice Bombs Found at LAX

    Passengers wait for their flights in the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), in Los Angeles, California April 24, 2013. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) furloughs, which started Sunday, are intended to cut staffing by 10 percent to save $200 million of $637 million the agency needs to pare from its budget. Of 47,000 employees facing furloughs, which are expected to last through September, nearly 13,000 are air traffic controllers. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT TRAVEL) - RTXYYSE

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    Are dry ice bombs a thing now? Four dry ice bombs—two of which exploded—were found at LAX since Sunday, as investigators scrambled to figure out how they could have gotten in the airport in the first place. Dry ice bombs are literally a bottle with dry ice inside, but it’s deadly serious—and the suspects arrested could even be tried in federal court. A dry ice bomb exploded in the men’s room in a section accessible only to employees at the Tom Bradley International Terminal, police said. Two similar devices were found in the area. The three devices were found just one day after another dry ice bomb exploded in a men’s room Sunday night.

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