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From Staff And Wire ReportsA 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...
Special To The SunALEXANDRIA, Va. -- When a city has a none-too-subtle slogan like "The Fun Side of the Potomac," it had better deliver on its promise. Yet what's best about Alexandria has less to do with nearby Washington (the slogan winks at them) and who's more fun....
Special To The SunMany places boast that George Washington once slept there, but Berkeley Springs, W.Va., might be the only locale that brags that the Father of Our Country bathed there. Washington often visited the warm mineral springs that emerge from the base of a...
Special To The SunWASHINGTON -- As summer excursions go, visiting the new National World War II Memorial doesn't exactly fall under the heading of fun and frivolity. Yet a trip to this site in the nation's capital will likely prove a memorable, enriching experience for...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - Defense lawyers for teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo argued yesterday that his capital murder trial should be moved out of this Washington suburb, maintaining that potential jurors in Fairfax County were tainted by news reports and by...
Sun StaffLeave it to a 15-year-old boy to put things in perspective after a record-breaking snowstorm. Standing outside The Mall in Columbia next to one of nine huge luxury buses that brought 450 Maryland kids back from a weekend's snowboarding/skiing fun on...
The Wall Street JournalKumiko Suzuki, a 22-year-old college student in Japan, played with Barbie dolls as a child. She says she always saw Barbie as her ideal image of a glamorous Western princess. "She's slim, she's blond and she's just a dream," Suzuki said. "I want to be...
Sun StaffCHESAPEAKE, Va. - Teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo began the fight for his life yesterday, answering "not guilty" in court to two charges of capital murder - the beginning of a trial expected to last six to nine weeks. Malvo's answers to Fairfax...
Tags: Lawyers, Children, Witnesses, Prosecution, Fairfax County
Sun National StaffMANASSAS, Va. - For the first time, a witness testified yesterday that he saw sniper suspects John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo at the scene of one of the 13 shootings that terrorized the Washington region last fall. Gerald Driscoll, a chiropractor,...
Associated PressFAIRFAX, Va. - Sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo implicated his alleged accomplice as an equal partner in last fall's series of shootings, saying John Allen Muhammad acted as a spotter and called out shots, prosecutors said. In a legal brief made public...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - A request by lawyers for teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo to have Virginia's death penalty law declared unconstitutional was denied yesterday by a Fairfax County Circuit judge, clearing a way for the possibility of execution if he...
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