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New federal judge hit bench running

Within a couple hours of the U.S. Senate’s approval of Thomas Rice’s appointment as a federal judge last week, Rice was whisked into a courtroom and sworn in to serve …


Unabom Leaks Only ‘Regrettable’ Judge Rejects Defense Motions, Says Kaczynski Treatment Fair

A federal district judge Friday denied defense lawyers’ motions that no charges be considered against the Unabom suspect Theodore John Kaczynski. The defense had based that motion on the argument …


Did Failed Romance Ignite Kaczynski’s Rage In 1978? Federal Investigators Want To Know What Made Suspected Unabomber Tick

Federal law enforcement authorities involved in the Unabomber case are investigating whether there is a connection between suspect Theodore J. Kaczynski’s brief failed relationship with a woman in Lombard, Ill., …


Intelligence Sets This Suspect Apart

As a self-absorbed loner, the man suspected of being the Unabomber shares a classic profile with other accused terrorists in all but one respect, psychiatric specialists say: He is a …


Unabomber Suspect Charged Recluse Is Accused Of Having Bomb Parts

Theodore Kaczynski is escorted from the federal courthouse in Helena on Thursday. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review


Kaczynski Lived A Life On The Fringe Ex-Colleagues At Berkeley Mystified By His Changes

The man suspected of sending lethal bombs from coast to coast lived a drab “bachelor’s life” in a handmade Montana cabin, his former neighbor said. And two former colleagues at …


Long Trail Led Fbi To Montana And Investigators Still Have A Long Way To Go

1. The search for the Unabomber led the FBI to this cabin near Lincoln, Mont. Photo by CBS news 2. David Kaczynski, with his mother, Wanda, was torn between duty …