- Law enforcement officials believe many of the calls have originated overseas
- President Trump denounces the threats in his first address to Congress
(CNN)They're supposed to be pillars of unity and peace, where both Jews and non-Jews can enjoy classes, sports and other communal activities.
- Over 100 bomb threats have been received across 33 US states and 2 Canadian provinces
- Law enforcement sources say they think many of the threats originated overseas.
- The FBI and the Justice Department are investigating whether civil rights have been violated
- Trump mentioned the bomb threats in his speech Tuesday, but did not outline a plan to stop them