1. Bombing investigation now focused on Florida
The suspect in the series of explosive devices sent to Democratic officials across the country could face nearly six decades in prison. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says Cesar Sayoc Junior is accused of five federal crimes. Sessions said the charges include making threats against former presidents and other officials, as well as assault. FBI Director Chris Wray says Sayoc was identified through fingerprint and DNA analysis. The FBI also said more than a dozen bombs mailed nationwide were not hoaxes.
2. Trump Warns Caravan To Turn Around, Troops Being Sent To Border
President Trump sent a warning to those participating in the migrant caravan heading toward the United States. “To those in the Caravan, turnaround, we are not letting people into the United States illegally,” the president tweeted. “Go back to your Country and if you want, apply for citizenship like millions of others are doing!”
Roughly 800 active duty soldiers will be sent to the border to offer “logistical support," to the 2,100 National Guard troops on the southern border who are already there assisting Homeland Security
3. Megyn Kelly Negotiating Her Exit From NBC News
Megyn Kelly is out at NBC. A network spokesperson says "'Megyn Kelly Today' is not returning," and that TODAY co-anchors will be hosting the 9 a.m. hour next week. This news follows the public backlash Kelly received after saying a white person using blackface on Halloween should be acceptable. Kelly later tried to apologize on-air and through email to her NBC peers.