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Was There an Anthrax Push into War With Iraq?

David Willman's new book, The Mirage Man, dives deeply into the anthrax mailings that took place shortly after 9/11 and further panicked an already-distraught...

The Anthrax Mystery Deepens

Bruce E. Ivins, a respected government microbiologist, died of an apparent suicide on July 29, 2008, in a hospital in his hometown of Frederick, Md. Just before...

Nagging Questions in Anthrax Case

As probable bioterrorists go, Bruce Ivins was a near perfect suspect. Among the hundreds of pages of evidence that the FBI had mounted against him (which were...

How Solid Is the Anthrax Evidence?

While the FBI waits to formally release its evidence against Bruce E. Ivins, the microbiologist it claims to have linked to the anthrax mailings seven years...

The Anthrax Files.

In the deep midwinter of 2002, FBI divers cut holes in the ice and then searched several ponds near a Fort Detrick, Md., biodefense lab for evidence in the...

The Anthrax Files

In the deep midwinter of 2002, FBI divers cut holes in the ice and then searched several ponds near a Fort Detrick, Md., biodefense lab for evidence in the...

Tracking the Anthrax Attacks

At one point last week, it began to look as if the anthrax mailings might have an al-Qaeda connection after all. For one thing, military sources confirmed that...

Why the Anthrax Scare Isn't As Bad As You May Think

For everyone worried about anthrax, a little perspective, please. There are some reasons to be nervous about the admittedly deadly germ — about seven of them, to...

Can Anyone Solve the Anthrax Mystery?

Everyone has questions about anthrax, but no one seems to have any answers. Another day of new anthrax cases and no apparent breaks in the case left officials...

The Anthrax Saga Continues

Anthrax has taken another life, this time in New York City. Kathy Nguyen, a 61-year-old worker at the Eye Ear and Throat Hospital in Manhattan, died early...

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