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Bill Hall

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  • 'It's a little bit of hell'

    Baltimore's railroad tunnel fire burned into a third night, despite the efforts of firefighters who dragged out a string of smoldering rail cars late yesterday but had to labor cautiously under a roof weakened by a water main break. Foiled attempts to...
  • U.S. eases constraints on Hopkins

    A federal agency lifted a suspension of human medical research at the Johns Hopkins University yesterday but frustrated school officials by imposing severe restrictions that will likely delay full resumption of research for months. While regulators...
  • Hopkins vows to improve research safety

    Johns Hopkins officials scrambled yesterday to improve safety practices in medical experiments in hopes of persuading a federal agency to lift a suspension of government-funded studies. Hopkins will order additional training for officials who review...
  • U.S. halts Hopkins research

    Seven weeks after the death of a young woman in an asthma study, the federal government suspended human medical experiments at the Johns Hopkins University yesterday because of what regulators characterized as widespread lapses in safety procedures....
  • Tracing tainted letters is daunting detective work

    Postal inspectors hunting for the senders of anthrax-laden mail have a number of tools to figure out when and where a letter was mailed. But their techniques may be insufficient to find the individuals who sent the envelopes that have generated anxiety...