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Suspicious Package Cases Grow, Potential Explosive Devices Sent to Prominent Democrats
Secret Service identifies other packages as potential explosives

Suspicious packages containing potential explosive devices have been sent to prominent Democrats, including Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Barack Obama. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Updated 2:30 p.m. | Capitol Police are investigating a suspicious package at a House of Representatives mail processing facility in Maryland, following a string of suspected explosive devices sent to prominent Democrats. An explosive ordnance team was dispatched to the Capitol Heights, Maryland facility. 

Earlier Wednesday, suspicious packages were sent to the homes of the Clintons and Obamas and CNN’s headquarters. Democratic donor George Soros had a similar package sent to him this week. The packages sent to former President Barack Obama and the Clintons were intercepted by the Secret Service during routine mail screening procedures. The packages were identified to be potential explosive devices, according to a Secret Service statement.

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Harris Hits Sanchez on Husband's Tax Records
Sanchez says there's no conflict of interest as California Senate candidates trade shots

California Rep. Loretta Sanchez says her husband has no financial conflict of interest. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

California Attorney General Kamala Harris’ Senate campaign is hitting Rep. Loretta Sanchez for failing to disclose her husband’s tax information.

Sanchez released her tax returns, showing she earned $156,674 in 2015 and paid $36,606 in state and federal income taxes, but declined to release the information of her husband, lawyer John Einwechter.

With Big Lead in California Senate Race, Harris Focuses Down Ballot
Opponent Sanchez says she's not paying attention to Harris

California Senate candidate Kamala Harris is campaigning for other Democrats in some key races for Congress and the state Assembly. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images file photo)

With a comfortable lead in her Senate campaign, California Attorney General General Kamala Harris is turning her attention to helping some down-ballot Democrats in their races.

Most polls show Harris beating 10-term Rep. Loretta Sanchez, by double digits. The two Democrats finished 1-2 in the state’s open primary to replace retiring Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer.

Sanchez Appeals to Republicans in California Senate Race
Trailing Kamala Harris by double digits in polls, Sanchez launches new ad

California Rep. Loretta Sanchez, left, is trying to hit fellow Democrat Kamala Harris from both the left and the right in their race for Barbara Boxer‘s Senate seat. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

California Democratic Rep. Loretta Sanchez is appealing to Republicans as she tries to overcome opponent Kamala Harris’ huge lead in their race for the Senate.

Sanchez has released a new ad that highlights her record on small business and national security, and talks about living and working her whole life in Southern California. However, the ad also says that she voted against the Iraq War and the Wall Street bailout during the 2008 financial crisis.

Harris Widens Senate Race Lead in California Poll
State's attorney general beating Sanchez by 22 points

California Attorney General Kamala Harris appears comfortably in the drivers seat in her Senate race against fellow Democrat, Rep. Loretta Sanchez. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images for Variety file photo)

California Attorney General Kamala Harris has widened her lead over Rep. Loretta Sanchez in their race for the California Senate seat, according to a new poll.

The survey, conducted by theJames Irvine Foundation and the Public Policy Institute of California, found Harris leading the two-way, all-Democratic contest by 22 points, 42 percent to 20 percent, among likely voters. Twenty percent were undecided and 18 percent said they would not be voting. Harris led Sanchez by 7 points in the September edition of the poll.