The FBI are said to be looking into if the man identified as Anthony Warner believed the technology was being used ti spy on Americans.
Federal investigators are searching the residence of a "person of interest" following the Christmas Day explosion of a recreational vehicle in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.
Nashville Mayor John Cooper had issued a state of civil emergency on Friday after a vehicle explosion in downtown Nashville.
"One more event in Nashville's 2020," Mayor John Cooper told reporters on Friday following a vehicle explosion in downtown Nashville.
Upon hearing the announcement that the RV would explode, the six Nashville officers began evacuating the area.
"We have found tissue that we believe could be remains," Nashville Police Chief John Drake said Friday evening.
Authorities are continuing to investigate those responsible for a significant explosion that impacted the Tennessee city's downtown area early Friday morning.
Local police evacuated the area after reporting a "suspicious" parked van near the site of the downtown explosion Friday morning.
"WeGo Public Transit will suspend all bus service and WeGo Central will be closed beginning at this time. We are currently assisting customers who are downtown and elsewhere to get to their final destinations," WeGo Public Transit wrote in a press release.
"It looks like a bomb went off," Nashville Mayor John Cooper said.
A bomb squad is investigating the live scene of a large explosion near 2nd Avenue and Commerce Street in downtown Nashville early on Christmas morning.
Lincoln County Mayor Bill Newman has quarantined at home with his family since testing positive said Dora Barnes, the mayor's secretary.
The grandmother in Tennessee faces theft charges after nabbing a Nintendo Switch from under the tree.
Identified cases are at the highest per capita rate in the U.S. in Tennessee over the past week, but fans will be allowed to attend the Liberty Bowl on December 31.
Norman Graham spent nine years in prison before new evidence led a judge to set aside his conviction on Boxing Day 2019.
The nurse, who has a condition that often causes her to faint when she experiences pain, recovered quickly.
Dr. Steve Threlkeld, who works at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, has said cases of coronavirus will continue to rise if no changes are made.
Nevada, Arizona and Tennessee are among the states that reported the highest average daily cases per capita in the past week, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
"I think the processes say it's over on Monday if the electors vote for Joe Biden, which I expect that they will," the Republican lawmaker from Tennessee said.
Virus infections preceded more deaths than other leading causes in many of those states before the start of November.
"The truck itself looks to be a total loss," Knoxville-based blood center MEDIC said, adding that staff were "very grateful" no one was injured.
As cases rise across the U.S., Tennessee schools remain open, there is no statewide mask mandate and no official limits on Thanksgiving gatherings.
The officer used the stun gun four times for a total of 50 seconds, leaving the detainee's skin burned and looking like "raw hamburger meat," according to one officer.
Health experts tell Newsweek that two key factors are playing a part in the case increase in areas with mask mandates, including pandemic "fatigue."
"If there's any chance whatsoever that Joe Biden will be the next president, and it looked like he has a very good chance, the Trump administration should provide the Biden team with all transition materials," Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander said.
Freidrich Karl Berger, who had been living in Tennessee, was still receiving a pension from Germany for his time as a concentration camp during World War II.
In an interview with AL.com, Lincoln County Mayor Bill Newman said: "(The virus) is science and it's true and I do believe masking helps prevent the spread of it."
North Dakota reported the highest number of deaths per capita in the last seven days, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Laronda Jolly's remains were found under a pile of clothes by officers serving an eviction notice at a Tennessee apartment.