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  • Senator: Terrorists planned sustained campaign

    The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were supposed to be the first wave of a sustained, days-long campaign of terror around America and the world, U.S. Sen. Bob Graham said today. Graham, the chairman of the Senate's Select Committee on...
  • Officials widen hunt for anthrax

    Investigators offered new details about the anthrax used in the deadly mail attacks yesterday, as the bacteria sickened a State Department mail worker and federal officials widened the hunt for contamination to hundreds of mailrooms and post offices along...
  • Spy agencies facing questions of tactics

    In the new war on terrorism, the American intelligence community is beginning to ask: How far can we go? CIA officials, members of congressional oversight committees and others say they find themselves in conversations about such covert tactics as...
  • Senate chairman optimistic about getting bin Laden

    Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said Monday that he is optimistic the United States will capture or kill accused terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden before the beginning of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month, in mid-...
  • Early voting starts despite storm damage

    Forgetting the fallen magnolia tree and the damage to the roof of his Orlando home caused by Hurricane Charley, Richard Haury voted Friday in the primary election. Encouraged by reports that Secretary of State Glenda Hood, a former Orlando mayor, voted...
  • J. Eckerd, 91, built drugstore chain

    Jack Eckerd, a philanthropist who left his name on a national empire of drugstores, a Florida college and camps for troubled youths, died Wednesday. He was 91. Mr. Eckerd died in Clearwater of complications from pneumonia contracted last week, said Nancy...
  • Coverage from the day space shuttle Challenger exploded: In full view but Graham not aware campaign crowd was on plane from capital

    Gov. Bob Graham, his wife, Adele, daughter, Kendall, 17, members of his U.S. Senate campaign staff and several reporters were in the air Tuesday heading from Tallahassee to Jacksonville when the pilot told everyone to look out the windows to watch...