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Tribune political reporterEven as President Bush assailed Sen. John Kerry's campaign for resorting to "old-style scare tactics" in warning of Social Security benefit cuts and a military draft, Vice President Dick Cheney questioned Tuesday whether Kerry could deal with the threat...
U.S. intelligence, law enforcement and military officials say they are concerned that terrorists associated with the perpetrators of Tuesday's attacks in New York and outside Washington are plotting another attack elsewhere in the country, although they...
Sun StaffThe FBI searched the apartment yesterday of a biological weapons scientist in Frederick as part of the continuing investigation into the mailing of anthrax-laced letters that killed five people last fall. An FBI car and Ryder rental truck were parked...
Tribune staff reporterIn another round of suspected cross-contamination cases, traces of anthrax were discovered in a Veterans Affairs hospital mailroom, a Pentagon post office and on a package sent to New York's City Hall, authorities announced Sunday. On another front in...
Sun StaffDr. Steven J. Hatfill, the former Fort Detrick biodefense researcher whose Frederick apartment was searched Tuesday by the FBI, commissioned a 1999 study that described a fictional terrorist attack in which an envelope containing weapons-grade anthrax...
Tribune national correspondentThe war in Iraq and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have sparked a widespread movement by federal agencies, farmers and grocers to upgrade security "from the stable to the table" to reduce the prospect of sabotage of the U.S. food supply. This is an...
Tribune staff reporterThe nation's public health system, typically swamped during the cold and flu season, is bracing for an influx of jittery patients who have influenza-like symptoms but want to be tested for anthrax. Though Illinois has no reported incidents of anthrax...
Tribune national correspondentOn a remote site the size of Rhode Island in a desert previously used for atomic bomb testing, some federal officials envision constructing mock office buildings, factories, houses and subways--and then blowing some of them up. They want to send into the...
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The British government published a 50-page paper yesterday, prepared by its intelligence agencies, setting out its case for taking action against Iraq. Prime Minister Tony Blair presented the dossier to Parliament, which he had called into special...
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