'“We need to identify this fellow,” the sergeant said. “He’s one of the worst.” At that moment, Gary Collins, a constable from the local gang unit, walked in. He took one look and said, “That’s Stephen Prince.”'
Frances Oldham Kelsey, FDA scientist who kept thalidomide off U.S. market, dies at 101. In this photo she examines scales, in Washington, D.C., ca. Oct. 16, 1962, used by the Agency's first head, Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, to measure doses for his "Poison Squad," established in 1902. Wiley and his squad are pictured in photo on the wall.