UPI Almanac for Monday, Aug. 6, 2012.
The wife of a Florida journalist who died from exposure to anthrax will get a $2.5 million settlement in her long-running lawsuit against U.S. government.
A Florida woman whose husband died in a 2001 anthrax attack will receive $50 million from the U.S. government, her attorney said.
The U.S. Justice Department is questioning the case against an Army scientist accused of sending anthrax in the mail in 2001, court papers show.
An investigation into 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people is formally over, representatives of the U.S. Justice Department and the FBI said Friday.
A U.S. Army researcher found dead before formal charges were filed against him for the 2001 anthrax attacks left no suicide note, officials said.
Suspected Washington anthrax killer Bruce Ivins claimed to have solved the case in an e-mail message to himself, newly released court documents say.
Significant doubt remains about the FBI's conclusions that U.S. Army scientist Bruce Ivins was the long-sought anthrax killer, skeptics say.
Reports of mental illness suffered by a U.S. anthrax researcher have boosted the outlook for a Florida attorney suing the federal government.
U.S. agents in the 2001 anthrax mailings missed or ignored clues pointing to the man they eventually said was the suspect, a review of records indicates.
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