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Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill (2010)

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  • TCA Press Tour: Spike Lee goes back to the bayou in HBO documentary

     
    Harmonicas are humming. Beer spills over the rims of mugs. Out in the streets, people are joyous and chanting “Who dat?” on the streets of Miami, about 900 miles southeast of New Orleans, as the Saints win Super Bowl XLIV.......
  • Gulf of Mexico oil spill update: Fresh Florida seafood availability

     
    This report is updated every day at 2 pm or as conditions warrant. All Florida waters open to fishing at this time. Grouper, red snapper, mullet, blue crab meat and clams are all in steady supply and prices are normal. Yellowtail snapper is in steady...
  • DNC: Tuesday primaries 'could not have gone better'

     
    by Mike Memoli The snap conventional wisdom after Tuesday's primaries is that Democrats may have had their best night of the 2010 cycle to date. And now the DNC is doing little to tamp down that talk, saying primaries in......
  • Gulf oil spill victims applaud choice of New Orleans court

     
    A federal judicial panel's decision to consolidate lawsuits arising from the gulf oil spill in New Orleans has been praised by lawyers representing victims who have lost livelihoods and loved ones in the environmental disaster. Commercial fishermen,...
  • Obamas to visit PC Beach this weekend

     
    It's official: the First Family is headed to Panama City Beach this weekend for their promised Florida vacation. The White House announced today that President Barack Obama and his family will fly into Tyndall Air Force Base Saturday morning — and...
  • ‘Cautiously optimistic’ economists predict ‘modest’ state revenue growth

     
    By Michael Peltier, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Encouraged by recent upticks in corporate profits but wary of a potential weakening on the national economic scene, state economists on Thursday raised revenue estimates for next year...
  • Obama swims in the Gulf

     
    by Mike Memoli On his brief holiday in Panama City, President Obama did, indeed, take a swim in the Gulf of Mexico. The White House released the above photo today, showing the president and first daughter Sasha in the water......
  • Gulf oil spill: scientists assess health effects

     
    Days after a vacationing President Obama swam in gulf waters and tasted fish caught off the coast of Florida, scientists with the Natural Resources Defense Council said the gulf oil spill probably still will have far-reaching health effects on both......
  • Gulf oil spill: Tests still needed before troubled BP well can finally be killed

     
    Engineers will conduct more tests on BP's troubled oil well before deciding how to proceed with a plan to kill it for good, a government officials said Wednesday. Thad Allen, the federal spill response chief, told reporters that crews planned......
  • Carl Hiaasen talks well-placed sea urchins, paparazzi and Florida

     
    Carl Hiaasen (pictured, center) signs books after speaking at Track 16 Gallery in Bergamot Station on Tuesday night, when he graciously answered my questions in front of a full room. It was part of the new Live Talks Los Angeles......
  • Gulf oil spill: BP accused of withholding evidence

     
    The company that owned the Deepwater Horizon oil rig that exploded in the Gulf of Mexico is accusing BP of withholding what it describes as critical evidence needed to investigate the cause of worst maritime oil spill in history, according......