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Times Staff WriterSpecially trained FBI scientists on Wednesday surgically opened an anthrax-tainted letter sent to Sen. Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vt.) and began extracting evidence they hope will lead them to the person who launched a bioterrorism attack by mail more than two...
Times Medical WriterNew walls have sprung up around Paul Keim's workplace to safeguard the deadly vials kept within it. He has new keys, an electronic security card--even bought his first pager so he'll always be reachable. The reason is anthrax. The lanky, bespectacled...
From Staff And Wire ReportsWASHINGTON - The Bush administration raised the nation's terror alert level yesterday, warning that new intelligence suggests the threat in this country that may be greater now than at any time since the Sept. 11 attacks two years ago. U.S. officials,...
Sun StaffFBI agents investigating last year's deadly anthrax mailings conducted a third search yesterday of the former apartment of Dr. Steven J. Hatfill in Frederick, according to a government source. FBI spokesman Chris Murray in Washington declined to...
Chicago Tribune Washington BureauThree weeks after anthrax was discovered in Sen. Tom Daschle's mail, Republicans and Democrats in the Senate are ready to unveil legislation to help the nation prepare in the event of more bioterrorist attacks. The bill is expected to require the...
Chicago Tribune Washington BureauPresident Bush on Monday demanded Saddam Hussein allow new United Nations weapons inspections in Iraq and, in the most explicit language yet, suggested the Iraqi leader's intent to develop weapons of mass destruction made his country a potential target in...
Sun StaffIt began with an ugly red bump on the middle finger of Johanna Huden's right hand. Huden, an editorial assistant for the New York Post, thought it was an insect bite. In retrospect, Huden's infection, which appeared about Sept. 21 last year, would turn...
The Hartford CourantFive months after the deadly anthrax letters were mailed last fall, FBI investigators finally got around to subpoenaing laboratories that worked with the Ames strain used in the attacks. But when the labs started to send their samples to the U.S. Army...
The Hartford CourantSteven J. Hatfill, the microbiologist at the center of the FBI's anthrax investigation, has been working as part of an $11.5 million government-funded program to train police and firefighters in the event of a bioterrorism attack. Hatfill, 48, who in...
Tags: Defense, Politics, Patrick Leahy, Connecticut, Government
The Hartford CourantFBI anthrax investigators are turning up the heat on former Army bioterrorism scientist Steven Hatfill, searching his Maryland apartment for a third time Thursday and questioning students who attended an African medical school with Hatfill 20 years ago....
The Hartford CourantPink-slipped in 1997 after 11 years working with the world's deadliest toxins at the Army biodefense lab in Fort Detrick, Md., Richard Crosland reluctantly packed a box of personal items into his red Mustang and drove home. Over the next two days,...
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