Hari Sreenivasan talks to Frontline's Michael Kirk about new evidence in the anthrax case.
The U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday that Army scientist Bruce Ivins "was the only person responsible" for the mailed anthrax attacks that killed five people and rattled the nation in 2001.
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A top U.S. Army biodefense researcher has reportedly committed suicide just as Federal prosecutors were preparing to file criminal charges against him in connection with the 2001 anthrax attacks.
Fearing a possible rash of anthrax infections among those exposed earlier this year, federal health officials announced today they will offer the anthrax vaccine and 40 more days of antibiotics to the thousands of postal and Capitol Hill workers.
The following statement released by the Department of Health and Human Services describes additional options for those exposed to inhalational anthrax.
Investigators at the Centers for Disease Control have identified an anthrax-tainted letter in Connecticut, giving a clue to how an elderly woman died from the disease.
A 94-year-old woman from Oxford, Conn. died today of inhalation anthrax, becoming the fifth American to die from the most deadly form of the disease in recent months.
The following is the full text of the FBI document released Friday that profiles the "linguistic and behavioral assessments of the person responsible for mailing anthrax-laden letters on September 18 and October 9, 2001."…
Scientists announced today the development of a new test that may be able to identify anthrax bacteria in 30 minutes, compared to the current test which takes at least a day.
A 61-year-old New York woman died of inhalation anthrax Wednesday morning, the fourth fatality from the disease in a month.
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