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  • Chronology: With a rumble, chaos

    The first sign of trouble was an unsettling rumble from beneath the streets, a trembling, grinding sensation that lasted several seconds. Dan Stone felt it on the fifth floor of the cast-iron building he owns at 300 W. Pratt St. In a tavern downstairs,...
  • A year of healing

    Lindsay S. Alger, obstetrician Dr. Lindsay S. Alger specializes in treating mothers giving birth to twins or triplets, premature babies and other potentially risky deliveries. As she has discovered over the past year, it's a profession that insulates you...
  • Columbia panel to determine significance of e-mail warning

    WASHINGTON - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe said yesterday that an independent panel will decide the significance of e-mails by a NASA research engineer warning two days before Columbia broke apart that damage to the shuttle's insulating tiles might have...
  • Poles apart

    WASHINGTON - One thing seems certain about the outcome of the presidential race: On Nov. 3, the day after Election Day, close to half of the voting public will wake up angry. An electorate that was as bitterly divided as it was evenly divided in 2000...
  • A difficult day unfolds on television

    The pictures quickly told the story that the news anchors couldn't yet confirm. By 10 a.m. yesterday, less than an hour after NASA was reported to have lost contact with the space shuttle Columbia, several networks and cable news channels were already...
  • Liftoff damage raises question of fate

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - If liftoff damage to Columbia's thermal tiles caused the disaster, was the crew doomed from the very start? Or could NASA have saved all or some of the seven astronauts by trying some Hollywood-style heroics - a potentially...
  • Two sons, brothers lost in Iraq, two views of war that took them

    Last in a series COLUMBUS, Ohio - The vases of flowers on the dining room table are many days past their prime, the pink roses now hanging their heads. But still they sit. Red, white and blue ribbons that once adorned them are saved in a basket on the...
  • TV coverage of 9/11 moving, thoughtful

    Television yesterday took America on a marvelous journey of remembrance, sorrow, symbolism and resolution. The road of coverage was a long and bumpy one that at times during the afternoon did not seem well planned at some networks and cable channels. But...
  • 'No guarantees' that mail is safe, postmaster says

    Trying to reassure postal workers and an anxious public, the postmaster general moved to shore up the U.S. postal system against biological attack -- even suggesting that people should wash their hands after touching their mail. "We're telling people...
  • Postal clerk ninth victim of anthrax

    A postal clerk who sorted mail in the District of Columbia and Maryland is in serious condition with inhalation anthrax, prompting postal officials to evacuate two distribution centers yesterday and test about 2,250 workers for the disease. As a...
  • Suspect in Ga. killings is captured

    ATLANTA - The one-day killing, carjacking and kidnapping rampage that left four people dead and terrorized this sprawling metropolitan area ended early yesterday when the suspect meekly surrendered, waving a white T-shirt. After a heavily armed...
  • Police say letter to New York Post is anthrax-laced

    A letter mailed to the New York Post has tested positive for anthrax and is similar to anthrax-laced letters sent to NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw and Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, police said late yesterday. The letter addressed to "Editor" was...