Gulf Oil Cleanup News
See the Giant Inflatable Keystone Pipeline on Mary Landrieu's Lawn
Activists Placed Inflatable Pipeline Outside of Louisiana Senator's Washington, DC, Home
Check Out The Giant Inflatable Keystone Pipeline In Mary Landrieu's Front Yard
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Dolphin and Turtle Deaths Up Two Years After Gulf Spill Cleanup
Two years ago this week, the wellhead that ruptured on the sea floor of the Gulf of Mexico, sending 4.9 million barrels of oil into the water, was capped. After three months, the end of the largest oil spill in the industry's history was in sight. With the help of nearly 2 million gallons of toxic
Could Arctic Drilling Hurt Gray Whales?
Environmentalists say sonic booms used to detect oil could affect the animals.
Transcript: The Great American Debates: 'There's Too Much Government In My Life'
AMANPOUR: This week -- a special program on the defining issue of 2012. Has Uncle Sam become too big, too powerful? A bailout bonanza, a welfare state? A tax-and-spend Goliath crushing the entrepreneurial spirit when America can't afford to fall behind? That' the rallying cry of the Tea Party, the
Foes From Afar: President Obama, Paul Ryan Push Opposing Budget Messages On The Road (The Note)
We’ve seen two very different road shows and heard two very different messages this week from President Obama and his number one budget opponent in Congress, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc.
BP Gulf Oil Spill 1-Year Anniversary; Congress Yet to Pass Any Major Laws On Oil and Gas Drilling
No Progress on Oil and Gas Drilling Since Environmentally and Economically Disastrous Gulf Explosion
Gulf Oil Spill Workers' Health
Matt Gutman finds people who worked on the cleanup that say they are very sick.
Gulf Oil Spill: Fishermen Say They Are Sick from Cleanup; ABC News Investigation
In the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill , an army of fishermen, 10,000 strong, joined the cleanup effort. Today, almost a year after the spill , many say they are suffering from debilitating health effects that studies suggest are consistent with prolonged exposure to chemicals in oil.