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Topic - Gus Villanueva
For the second time in as many days, an explosion due to dry ice rocked Los Angeles International Airport.
Craig Ferguson managed to crack a few jokes on his talk show Tuesday after receiving an envelope packed with white powder that turned out to be harmless.
Craig Ferguson managed to crack a few jokes on his talk show Tuesday after receiving an envelope filled with white powder that turned out to be harmless, the Associated Press reports.
Los Angeles police are investigating a threatening letter sent to Craig Ferguson which contained a white powder that turned out to be harmless.
Gus Villanueva said officials didn't even call the airport to give a warning of any such threat, leaving open the ability for flights to continue without delay.