D.C. Area Reacts to Sniper Threats

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NPR's Richard Harris reports that in the past three weeks, the Washington, D.C. area sniper has forced residents to consider extra safety precautions. Yesterday, officials announced that a note, presumably left by the shooter, threatens children directly. Many parents are seeking advice from psychologists and pediatricians on how to cope with their anxieties.



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