'There's always going to be a spore on a grassy knoll.' VAHID MAJIDI, head of the FBI's weapons-of-mass-destruction division, on conspiracy theories about the case against Bruce Ivins, the now dead military scientist accused of mailing anthrax that killed five people in 2001

'Mickey Mouse isn't there to protect those people.' WAYNE LAPIERRE, chief executive of the National Rifle Association, blasting Disney for refusing to allow employees to keep concealed weapons in their cars at work as permitted by Florida law

'A pillar of the regime has been hit.' KHADIJA MOHSEN-FINAN, scholar at the French think tank IFRI, after an explosives-rigged...

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