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Washington BureauThe confirmation of two surprising new anthrax cases in people who are not postal workers and did not work in institutions previously targeted with anthrax-tainted letters dismayed public health officials, baffled investigators and opened a new phase in...
Tribune staff reporterTraces of anthrax spread to a second postal-related facility in the Midwest on Thursday, this time at a Kansas City building where stamps are canceled for collectors. Two swab samples taken from a trash bag containing envelopes from a contaminated postal...
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...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAs John Dunne sees it, a writer's life has two states: writing and having written. Right now Dunne is in the latter one and relieved. He finished his book, "The Red, White and Blue," on April 6, 1986, at 2:06 in the afternoon, he says with his passion for...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEven though the tape recorder is humming smoothly at Joan Didion's elbow, she can't help noticing how ominous it is. "Is that still going?" she says sweetly. "I always worry about my own, that sense of dread when you look down and the little thing isn'...
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