Aug 6, 2008

Just an observation*

The Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today all lead their sites with the anthrax story, following the public release today of the government's case against the late Dr. Bruce Ivins. The Los Angeles Times, which was the first to report that Ivins was the prime suspect, plays the story as its seventh lead. It's buried beneath several California headlines and the Hamdan verdict.

*Checking back shortly after 10:30 p.m, I see an anthrax story by the LA Times' Peter Hamburger now takes the lead spot on the paper's Web site.

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