- Making News: Suicide Note Ties Chicago Man to Lefkow Killings A suicide during a traffic stop has provided possible new evidence in last week-s killing of federal judge Joan Lefkow-s husband and mother. David Heinzmann, who reports for the Chicago Tribune, says the driver left a note containing grievances relating to a medical malpractice suit as well as crime-scene details that only the murder would have known.
- Reporter's Notebook : Aquaculture, Fastest Growing Sector of US Agriculture? At $11 billion a year, fish is America-s largest imported natural resource after oil. To make up a trade deficit, the Bush Administration wants to vastly increase fish farming, an ancient practice that has become America's fastest-growing agricultural sector. There-s been increased demand for fish worldwide, at the same time that the ocean's global catch has been leveling off. The Washington Post's Juliet Eilperin has the how's, why's and why not's.
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