A decade after the 'Amerithrax' attacks, is the nation better prepared?
October 10, 2011
by Robert Koenig
St. Louis Beason
Moon-suited investigators swab for spores in vacated suites of a U.S. Senate building. A Florida photographer, two postal workers in the nation's capital, and two women in the Northeast perish from inhalation anthrax. Speculation about the origins of the deadly pathogen leads to "white powder scares" across the country.
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