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I. Heart Radio Acts three o'clock. The name of the Nashville bombing suspect. I'm Shoichiro Fox News. Federal investigators have released more information on the man they believe was responsible for the Nashville bombing. The person behind the bombing as far as their investigation showing right now is a man named Anthony Quinn Warner. They say that he lived at that home in Antioch, Tennessee. They searched that home yesterday for several hours after having a search warrant. They believe that he owned the RV that eventually blew up in downtown. Nashville. As for a motive that is something that is still under investigation at this point, Fox is David spent. Meanwhile, the Tennessee counties of Rutherford and Wilson Sheriff's deputies are investigating a box truck that was parked at a store playing a message similar to what was heard before the Nashville explosion. Driver has been detained, but the area was evacuated as a precaution. Authorities in Illinois of charged a man for last night's shooting at a Rockford bowling alley that left three people dead and three others injured. The Winnebago County state's attorney says 37 year old Duke Web is facing three charges for murder and three for attempted murder weapons. The Special Forces sergeant based in Florida investigators believe it was a random attack President Trump not backing down from his refusal to sign a covert aid bill until Leaf checks are increased. The house is going to be meeting tomorrow to vote on whether or not to do those stimulus payment increases again. But it's unlikely even if it passes the house for the GOP Senate to go on board. Still, President Trump he is pushing lawmakers to give in to his demands. And while he's.

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