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New HHS center stands ready to track bioterror attacks

In less than 60 days, the Department of Health and Human Services has built a state-of-the-art center to handle bioterrorism and public health emergencies.

Military families wait, wonder, worry

Few Americans who would be in harm's way in Iraq come from America's ruling class. They have parents like Phil and Barbara Hall—parents who wonder whether war is justified.

Reserves strained by war demands, lawmakers say

Members of the National Guard and Reserves—juggling their new missions in the fight against global terrorism and a possible war with Iraq with their traditional duties—could start bailing out unless relief is provided, according to a congressional delegation that recently traveled to Europe.