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Of The Morning CallIn the late 1980s, the U.S. government undertook an investigation in Bethlehem that was so sensitive to this nation's foreign affairs it required the approval of a secret court. So the FBI sought approval from the little-known Foreign Intelligence...
NOW THAT Terri Schiavo has gone -- not peacefully, but as a national spectacle -- to her maker, we are left to ponder how conservatives trashed and savaged what was supposedly their own philosophy. Whatever happened to the conservatives who were supposed...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersAuthorities searching nationwide for terrorists behind the deadly airliner attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center have identified teams that totaled as many as 50 infiltrators who supported or carried out the strikes, a source familiar with...
Tags: Immigration, Los Angeles, Eyewear, Politics, Terrorism
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe U.S. government has committed itself to paying in full the nearly 6,000 families who lost a loved one in the Sept. 11 attacks, an unprecedented move, legal experts say. Under a measure attached to the airline bailout bill, the government will...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe White House said Wednesday it was easing its new effort to restrict information available to Congress on military operations, investigations and law enforcement. One day after members of the House and Senate from both parties objected to...
Sun-Sentinel Washington Bureau ChiefIncreasingly alarmed about the detention of hundreds of people as part of an anti-terrorism investigation, Arab-American and human rights groups demanded Monday that the government reveal who are jailed, where they are kept and on what charges. The...
From Staff And Wire ReportsAnthrax spores have been found at a postal facility in Landover that handles mail for the Justice Department, a department spokeswoman said last night. Several places within the facility tested positive for anthrax, including locations that handle mail...
Sun StaffThe anthrax fright continued to spread yesterday as four new suspected cases surfaced among postal workers in Maryland and New Jersey, and spores were found at two mail-handling facilities in Washington - including one that screens letters addressed to...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - The FBI and the U.S. Postal Service offered rewards yesterday of up to $1 million for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever sent anthrax-tainted letters to NBC in New York and to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle in...
Tags: Plastic Surgeons, Lawyers, Politics, Terrorism, NBC (tv network)
Sun StaffThe past year has not been an easy one for John Ashcroft. He lost his Senate seat to a dead man. He wasn't President Bush's first choice for attorney general, and he came to the job only after a withering confirmation process. Even now, as he emerges...
Tags: Lawyers, Death, Politics, Terrorism, California
Chicago Tribune staff reporterIn a strange twist, the FBI said Sunday that the wife of the editor of the tabloid newspaper where anthrax has been discovered rented apartments in Delray Beach, Fla., to two men suspected of crashing a hijacked jetliner into the World Trade Center on...
Tags: CNN (tv network), Death, Politics, Osama bin Laden, Terrorism
Chicago Tribune Washington BureauAttorneys for John Walker Lindh, the young American accused of fighting alongside the Taliban, said Tuesday that Lindh had been duct-taped naked to a stretcher, was showered with epithets by guards and suffered other harsh conditions at a Marine base in...
Tags: San Francisco, Lawyers, Criminals, Trials, Death
Oct 29, 2001 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
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