Letters Tainted with Poisonous Ricin Sent to President Obama and Congress…
By Lauren Knapp
An ongoing investigation by FRONTLINE, ProPublica and McClatchy Newspapers has brought to light inconsistencies in the government's position on the 2001 case of anthrax-filled letters that killed five people. // This interview was conducted on July 19.
Hari Sreenivasan talks to Frontline's Michael Kirk about new evidence in the anthrax case.
Margaret Warner speaks with former Senators Bob Graham and Jim Talent about a new report that grades the U.S. ability to respond to a terrorist attack utilizing weapons of mass destruction.
As the probe into the 2001 anthrax attacks comes to a close, the country still faces challenges preventing and responding to bioterrorism attacks. Experts assess U.S. preparedness.
The government released documents Wednesday pertaining to the 2001 anthrax attacks, saying that deceased Army scientist Bruce Ivins was solely responsible for the deadly mailings. A reporter details the day's findings.
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.
A flurry of controversy over the apparent suicide of Bruce Ivins, the chief suspect in the 2001 anthrax attacks, has raised more questions for investigators. A New York Times reporter navigates the latest developments.
An Army microbiologist reportedly committed suicide just as Federal prosecutors were preparing to file criminal charges against him in connection with the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people. A reporter and a bioterrorism expert examine the case.
By PBS NewsHour
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.
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