For many observers and activists, public comments about Mark Anthony Conditt were just the latest example in which a white suspect seemed to receive an injection of humanity that is less often extended to blacks, Muslims and others.
By Deepti Hajela, Associated Press
The prime suspect in a series of bombings that terrorized Austin, Texas, took his own life overnight, blowing himself up when a SWAT team approached and shot at 23-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt. Police say Conditt built the bombs that killed…
By PBS NewsHour
The suspect in the deadly bombings that terrorized Austin blew himself up early Wednesday as authorities closed in on him, bringing a grisly end to a three-week manhunt. But police warned that more bombs could be out there.
By Jim Vertuno, Associated Press
That incident came as investigators who have pursued a suspected serial bomber terrorizing Austin for weeks uncovered what seemed like valuable new leads.
By Associated Press
In our news wrap Tuesday, the investigation of apparent serial bombings in Texas shifted after a package with an Austin address exploded at a FedEx shipping center outside San Antonio. Also, a 17-year-old student shot and wounded two fellow students…
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says: "That's not simply what today's call was about."…
By Associated Press
The White House says the federal government is doing “whatever is necessary” to apprehend whomever is responsible for a series of explosions in Austin, Texas.
By Paul J. Weber, Will Weissert, Associated Press
A package bomb that authorities believe is linked to the recent string of Austin bombings exploded early Tuesday inside of a FedEx distribution center near San Antonio, leaving one worker with minor injuries.
By Gretchen Frazee
After a series bombs have shaken the city this month, police are calling on residents to be vigilant and community leaders are urging them to maintain a sense of normalcy. But those living and working in Austin say that is…
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