The Anthrax Investigation The death of Bruce E. Ivins on July 29, 2008, renewed focus on the Justice Department's investigation of deadly anthrax attacks that left five people dead in 2001. The senior government scientist helped investigate the incidents, but officials later turned their attention to him as a suspect.
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The Anthrax Investigation

Emotional Wounds Linger For Anthrax Survivor

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Charles Ivins 'Stunned' By Evidence Against Brother

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Charles Ivins Says Brother's Suicide 'Blindsided' Him

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N.J. Congressman Scrutinizes FBI's Anthrax Case

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Anthrax Case Hinges On Circumstantial Evidence

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Anthrax Suspect's Abortion Stance Eyed As Motive

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NPR's Joanne Silberner and Renee Montagne discuss Bruce Ivins' apparent mental state on 'Morning Edition'

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NPR's David Kestenbaum talks about the science of the case with Alex Chadwick on 'Day to Day'

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