D.C. Area Reacts to Sniper Threats 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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D.C. Area Reacts to Sniper Threats

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D.C. Area Reacts to Sniper Threats

D.C. Area Reacts to Sniper Threats

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.