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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.
'It's Not Over': Oil Remains as Life Goes On 6 Months After BP Spill
Life in the Gulf Shows Signs of Progress as Slick and Questions Still Linger
Government Begins to Settle BP Claims
Feinberg promises settlements in two days for individuals, seven for businesses.
BP Oil Disaster: 'Spillionaires' Cleaning Up On the Gulf Oil Spill
Like Exxon Valdez disaster, BP's calamity in the Gulf of Mexico Has Meant Business Opportunities
BP Oil Spill: Lafitte Bayou Fears What Incoming Oil Could Do to Community
ABC News' Eric Noll reports from Lafitte, La.: In the tiny country town of Lafitte, La., residents use their water like highways. Their backyards back up to a crisp, marshy bayou. They park their boats and walk right up to...
Diverse Community of the Bayou Laments Life After Oil Leak
Fishing Businesses Suffers; Generations of Traditions Are Being Threatened by Spill
Florida's Governor Talks Tough on the Spill
Crist vows to keep pressure on BP, do all it takes to keep beaches pristine
Deprived of Livelihood, Gulf Shrimpers Work for BP Instead
Charles Rodriguez has been shrimping in the Gulf of Mexico, all the way from Texas to Florida, for twenty years. He had just finished fueling up his 90-foot trawler, Lady Joanna, for its first expedition of the spring season when the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig exploded. With 84 million gallons
Obama Tours the Gulf
Before his speech, the president takes another look at the oil-tainted region.