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Published on 1 Aug 2008, 21:25
SelectPlusAP Top StoriesAP Top StoriesThe Associated PressHere's the latest news for Friday, Aug. 1st: Dead Army vaccine scientist eyed in anthrax probe; Man arrested in river ambush on 3 Wis. swimmers; Suspect in bus stabbing appears in court; World's largest egg?This is A-P News Minute. An Army scientist committed suicide before federal prosecutors could charge him with mailing anthrax-laced letters after the 9/11 attacks.Authorities say the letters may have been part of a warped plan by Bruce Ivins (EYE'-vinz) to test his vaccine for the deadly poison. Five people died after being exposed to the toxin. [Notes:wbay]The manhunt for the gunman who opened fire on a group of swimmers at the Wisconsin-Michigan border has ended with the arrest of a suspect.Three teens and another man were killed in Thursday's attack. Police say it's still not clear why Scott Johnson allegedly shot the swimmers. [Notes:ctv]A man charged with stabbing and beheading a fellow Greyhound bus passenger appeared in court. Prosecutors in Canada asked for a psychiatric assessment of the 40-year-old man accused of a stabbing the victim dozens of times-- then severing the victim's head, displaying it and attempting to cut up the body.[Notes:aptn]It's enormous-- but is it the world's largest egg? Cuban officials say a one-year-old hen laid the egg which weighs nearly 6-and-a-half ounces. ___ ___, The Associated Press with AP News Minute.
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