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Sen. Jim DeMint Resignation Marks Loss of Immigration Hawk
DeMint's Exit Comes Months Before Congress Expected To Take Up Immigration Bill.
Amazon Might Slash e-Book Prices to $9.99
Morning Business Memo: Amazon is the big winner in the government’s decision to go after Apple and major publishers over alleged e-book price fixing. Amazon might decide to slash the price of many bestsellers from $14.99 to $9.99. The Justice Department and 15 states sued...
The Global Note: NATO Convoy Firefight…A Soldier's Sacrifice…North Korea's Rocket…The Tsunami Boat Owner
AFGHAN WAR -NATO SUPPLY CONVOY HIT…Insurgents ambushed a NATO coalition supply convoy in a mountainous area of western Afghanistan, sparking a three-hour firefight in which an Afghan soldier, five security guards, and 14 attackers were killed, Afghan officials said Thursday. Najibullah Najibi, a ...
Exclusive: Robert Dudley: 'We Are Going to Change'
The incoming BP CEO, Bob Dudley, promised change as he prepares to take over the company responsible for the massive oil leak in the Gulf. “I think sometimes events like this shake you to the core, the foundation, and you...
Ousted BP CEO Tony Hayward's Biggest Blunders
Hayward's Tone-Deaf Comments and Missteps Pave a Path Out the Door. Next Stop: Siberia
President Obama Warns Don't Celebrate Ending Oil Leak Yet
Scientists Monitoring Well to Make Sure Oil Not Leaking Into the Ocean Floor
BP Begins Testing New Cap; Govt Defends Daylong Pause
The federal government today defended its decision to pause a test of the new cap that promises to control the Gulf oil leak, as oil continued to spew from BP's broken well . Watch 'World News' for More Coverage of the Oil Spill BP began tonight the process of testing the 150,000-pound cap that it
Town Hall Meeting Take 2: A Return to Lafitte, La.
Residents of Fishing Community Talk About Their Hopes -- and Fears -- in Aftermath of Spill
Diverse Community of the Bayou Laments Life After Oil Leak
Fishing Businesses Suffers; Generations of Traditions Are Being Threatened by Spill
BP Takeover Unlikely, Industry Members Say
Merger With ExxonMobil Seen as Long Shot; BP Selling Oil Field Assets in Alaska a More Plausible Scenario