The prime suspect in the anthrax letters episode committed suicide, so he'll never be tried, but the Justice Department says he was guilty "beyond a reasonable doubt." What's the evidence? Is it certain Dr. Bruce Ivins acted alone? Has the investigation made the country safer from biological terrorism? Also, President Bush criticizes China on the eve of the Olympics, and it's unclear who's in charge of Detroit today. There is no Deputy Mayor, and Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick has been sent to jail.
Banner image: Joseph Persichini (C), Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office, with Jeff Taylor US Attorney for the District of Columbia (L), and Chief Postal Inspector Alexander Lazaroff of the US Postal Service (R), explains recent developments in the government's Amerithrax case