A seven-month-old boy who visited the offices of ABC News in New York on Sept. 28 has been diagnosed with cutaneous anthrax -- the "skin" form of the disease. The boy is the son of an ABC freelance producer.
Five people have now shown up as being exposed to anthrax after a contaminated letter at NBC Nightly News was identified.
A letter addressed to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle has tested positive for anthrax.
Political experts discuss the growing anti-U.S. protests in Pakistan and Secretary of State Colin Powell's delicate diplomatic mission to South Asia.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In the first radio address since the beginning of air strikes on targets in Afghanistan, President Bush has the said the U.S. military has "achieved the goals of the first phase of our campaign."…
The United Nations and its leader, Secretary-General Kofi Annan, were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
In Florida today, officials announced that they had found no additional cases of anthrax among the 965 people tested.
A NBC Nightly News employee in New York has tested positive for a skin anthrax infection, not the inhaled form of anthrax that killed a Florida man last week.
The Senate overwhelmingly approved major aviation security and anti-terrorism legislation in an attempt to prevent future terrorist attacks.
Susan Dentzer reports on new concerns surrounding the anthrax threat.
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