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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
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Topic - Bruce E. Ivins
An envelope addressed to a U.S. Senate office tested positive for the deadly poison ricin Tuesday, launching a criminal investigation and prompting warnings to other offices to take precautions with their mail.
The man responsible for the 2001 Amerithrax anthrax scare showed signs of instability for decades and should not have been given a security clearance to work in an Army research lab, a panel of scientists has concluded after a court-ordered review of his case.