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  • Heavy sea ice could mean slight delay in offshore Arctic drilling

    Heavy sea ice could mean slight delay in offshore Arctic drilling
    The heaviest polar ice in more than a decade is clinging to the northern coast of Alaska and could postpone the commencement of offshore oil drilling in the Arctic until the beginning of August — a delay of up to two weeks, Shell Alaska officials...
  • Report: Beach Pollution at 3rd Highest Level in 22 Years

    Report: Beach Pollution at 3rd Highest Level in 22 Years
    HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) -- A new report finds that pollution along California shores is increasing, but there are still some spots that are in good shape, including Huntington Beach. The findings are part of the Natural Resource Defense Council's...
  • New Orleans may be growing the fastest, but Texas is the real winner

    New Orleans may be growing the fastest, but Texas is the real winner
    The census bureau this week declared New Orleans the fastest growing city in America.  The Crescent City outpaced some other fast growing metro areas from right next door in Texas.    That's interesting.  A state that didn't receive any federal aid...
  • BGE, Rawlings-Blake, O'Malley working on their media moves in wake of storm

    BGE, Rawlings-Blake, O'Malley working on their media moves in wake of storm
    I don't know which is more upsetting at the moment: The fact that I live in the area of Baltimore reportedly hit hardest by the storm and still don't have power, or the self-serving tweets from @MyBGE telling me how much it "understands" my "frustration."...
  • Manipulative music, plot devices keep 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' from greatness ★★

    Manipulative music, plot devices keep 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' from greatness ★★
    Already "Beasts of the Southern Wild"is the most divisive film of 2012, which is a testament to its co-writer and director, Benh Zeitlin, making his feature film debut with a picture that killed at Sundance, won the Camera d'Or (best first film) at Cannes...
  • Think Again: Don't take public safety net for granted

    While the consumerism around July 4th is hard to avoid, planning barbecues, having friends over and watching fireworks give me pause to reflect on things that I appreciate about our country. I spent the last week in senior-level emergency preparedness...
  • The GOP's environmental disaster

    The GOP's environmental disaster
    By the time he died last month, Russell Train was largely forgotten. Most Americans didn't know that, as The New York Times' obituary said, he helped shape "the world's first comprehensive program for scrubbing the skies and waters of pollution,...
  • Discount Airline Coming to New Orleans

    Discount Airline Coming to New Orleans
    A low cost airline is coming to New Orleans International Airport. Spirit Airlines announced Monday it will start daily flights from New Orleans to Dallas in January. Spirit has made headlines in the past for their advertisements. After the B.P. oil...
  • BP post $1.4 billion loss

    BP post $1.4 billion loss
    Investors may be having second thoughts about BP (www.bp.com) and its first American boss Robert Dudley after the British oil company announced a loss of $1.4 billion for the second quarter of 2012. BP wrote off $2.1 billion on shale gas acreage...
  • Man Sentenced for Lying About Blowout Preventer

    Man Sentenced for Lying About Blowout Preventer
    A federal judge sentenced a man for lying to a federal agent about a blowout preventer Wednesday.  Donald Hudson pleaded guilty to making false statements about the testing of the oil rig equipment. Prosecutors say he instructed employees to falsify...
  • Bookstore chain bucking trend

    Bookstore chain bucking trend
    Some say bookstores are on the brink of extinction, along with video and music stores, as consumers migrate to the digital world. Sure, there's plenty of evidence along those lines, now that mega-bookstore chains Borders and Waldenbooks are history....