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Two sources tell CNN that Maxine Waters was the intended recipient of the package intercepted at the sorting facility.
Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-California, tweeted about the "heroism of America's first responders" following several suspicious packages that were intercepted on Wednesday.
In a mid-day press conference in front of New York's Time Warner Center, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that his office was sent a "device."
An NYPD official now says the suspicious package in question has since been deemed safe.
The source describes it as an informational package that contained literature.
President Trump will address the suspicious packages from the East Room of the White House any minute now, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders confirms to CNN.
Trump's remarks will happen at the beginning of a previously planned event on opioids, which was slated to start at 2:00 p.m. ET.
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The package sent to the Time Warner Center was delivered by courier, law enforcement sources tell CNN. It was addressed to John Brennan, the former CIA director, and "Time Warner (CNN)."
CNN previously reported that the package addressed to George Soros was put in the mailbox, not mailed, according to a separate law enforcement source.
A Capitol Police source tells CNN that the Capitol Heights, Maryland facility, where a suspicious package was intercepted this morning, processes mail for members of the House.
Teams sent out this morning included a canine unit that swept the area. The Capitol Hill Police bomb squad is also on the scene.
The Senate's mail is screened at a separate facility, according to a Senate source.
FBI Miami is aware of a suspicious package mailed to Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz's office in Sunrise, Florida, spokesman Jim Marshall told CNN.
Marshall said FBI agents are on the scene along with local law enforcement partners.
Two law enforcement sources tell CNN that the suspicious package was sent to Eric Holder, but it had the wrong address and was returned to Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s office in Florida because the congresswoman's address was the return label on the package.
The same return address was also used for the suspicious packages addressed to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.