Florida Panhandle Oil Spill News
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Scientists Investigated Beached Baby Dolphins in 2011 Across Gulf
Feb. 26, 2011: More than 70 baby dolphins washed ashore between Louisiana and Florida panhandle, possibly connected to oil spill.
Do We Have a Right to Vacation?
Do you laugh when someone says, "let's do lunch"? You do if you're a typical American worker bee, slaving away in a cubicle littered with vending machine sandwich wrappers because you never leave your desk for lunch, let alone "do" it. Vacation: U.S. vs. Europe Most of us don't even take all the
Storms Threaten Rain for Labor Day Weekend
Labor Day Weekend could be the last chance sunbathers have to enjoy the beach this summer season, or it could be another wallop of wet weather if two storm systems make their way to land. Dual storm systems are barreling toward the Gulf Coast and the East Coast as the holiday weekend approaches,
Gulf Dolphins Dying
More than seventy dolphins dozens of the babies are washing ashore on beaches from Louisiana to Florida Panhandle. And now so many are asking is the BP oil to blame. Matt Gutman who covered the spill in the gulf is back on the story tonight. Scientists across the settled. Scooping up beached
To Fly or Not to Fly - Cheap Flights vs. Safety and Security
The Mideast is in turmoil; Christchurch, New Zealand has been devastated by an earthquake; and the death toll in the Mexican drug wars continues to rise. What's a traveler to do? Good question. Especially when some of these places -- I'm thinking of certain Mexican resort areas -- are so cheap.
Oil Spill : Government and Researchers Face Off Over Oil Estimates
New Studies Say 80 Percent Remains, But Government Defends Earlier 25 Percent Estimate
BP Well Stays Capped for Another Day, Slick Shrinks in Size
Gas Bubbles Indicate Leaks Around the Cap, But It's Not Yet Cause for Concern
ABC News Update
one and Daniel Siebert in New York high temperature records are falling again in the east. It hit 100 degrees in Newark, New Jersey for the fourth day in a row a hot streak not seen since 1993. Philadelphia hit 100 degrees for a second day breaking the previous record of 98. The nation's capital
ABC News Update
I'm Daniel Bergen New York the East Coast is feeling the burn this fourth of July holiday weekend. The weather service has issued an excessive heat advisory for many East Coast cities they dangerously high temperatures have pushed the Mercury passed 100 degrees. Residents are advised to stay inside
World News (07.02.10)
From ABC news headquarters this is ABC world news with Diane Sawyer. Reporting tonight David and so we bring in our chief foreign affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz who is in Afghanistan tonight more than a dozen times now. They General Petraeus takes on right now. We are just ending the