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Scientists: Drop Arctic From Plans for Offshore Drilling
Nearly 400 scientists are urging President Obama to limit drilling and take Arctic waters out of the next federal offshore lease sale plan
Aquarius, World's Only Undersea Lab, Endangered by Budget
Sixty feet down in the waters off Key Largo, Fla., the water around National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Aquarius laboratory is clear and warm and blue. Marine scientists -- aquanauts -- have been coming to live in this underwater habitat since 1993. But the future of Aquarius is, at
Gulf Oil Spill: One Year Later, Marshes Still Have Oil
A year later, you'd hope those blackened marshes, the incubators of most of Louisiana's fabled wildlife, would be green again. They aren't. Motoring out to the same marshes they explored six months ago, ABC News journalists were shocked by what they found. The marshes still were saturated with oil
Pushing Back on Draft Report, NOAA Administrator 'Sets the Record Straight' to Oil Spill Commission
The administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration wrote to the chairs of the Oil Spill Commission today to "alert" them as to a "mischaracterization" of a NOAA document in a commission staff working paper, the release of which...
Halladay, Being Forthcoming On Oil Cleanup, Ghalani Trial -- Today's Q's for O's WH, Part II -- 10/7/2010
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs held an off-camera gaggle earlier today, and an on camera briefing in the afternoon.
WH Responds to Critical Reports from Oil Commission
While noting that the draft reports are just that – drafts, written by staff – that have not been signed off on by the Oil Spill Commission members or chairmen, two senior White House officials spoke with ABC News about three of the more provocative charges in the reports, which we reported on ...
Oil From the BP Spill Found at Bottom of Gulf
University of Georgia Researcher Says Samples Are Showing Oil From the Spill
World News (08.17.10)
Tonight on world news verdict. The jury in the corruption trial of former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich has reached a decision after fourteen days of deliberations. and water. Two new studies say there is far more oil in the gulf and it may be far more dangerous. And the government said we get
Blagojevich Guilty on 1 of 24 Counts
Good evening for two weeks the fate of former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich has been in the hands of six men and six women in Chicago courthouse. Late today the divided jury returned its verdict. Guilty on only one count in the corruption trial. Deadlocked on 23 other charges. Blagojevich could
Studies Contradict Govt. on Oil in Gulf
Two reports say there is far more oil in Gulf waters than the government claims.