A bomb was detonated Tuesday outside the NAACP office in Colorado Springs, Colo., leaving char marks along the northeast corner of the building. A barbershop also occupies the structure. No one was injured, and federal authorities are investigating the case.
A bomb was detonated Tuesday outside the NAACP office in Colorado Springs, Colo., leaving char marks along the northeast corner of the building. A barbershop also occupies the structure. No one was injured, and federal authorities are investigating the case. Mark Reis The Associated Press
A bomb was detonated Tuesday outside the NAACP office in Colorado Springs, Colo., leaving char marks along the northeast corner of the building. A barbershop also occupies the structure. No one was injured, and federal authorities are investigating the case. Mark Reis The Associated Press

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