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GreenspaceFederal officials said Thursday that they would leave the damaged BP well sealed even if the site is evacuated in advance of a storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico. “The decision has been made to leave the cap on......
Show TrackerSATURDAY The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer Gulf oil disaster: White House advisor Carol Browner. 3 p.m. CNN McLaughlin Group 6:30 p.m. KCET SUNDAY Today “Work of Art”; acai; students with cars. (N) 6 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America (N)......
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelHere's a name you usually don't see on the Sunday morning circuit: Hugh Hefner. He talks about Playboy to CNN's “Reliable Sources” at 11 a.m. (He is pictured in this photo by Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images.) Another guest is attorney Gloria...
Top of the TicketSame-sex marriage, immigration and foreign affairs will dominate the Sunday talk shows this week....
KIAHAdmiral Thad Allen is in the Bayou City just days after tar ball were discovered on Texas beaches. As National Incident Commander for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Allen spoke about the ongoing efforts to capture,...
The delicate work of removing and replacing a cap over the gushing oil well on the floor of the Gulf of Mexico began Saturday, with robotic submarines hovering around the site. The hope is to fit a tighter dome that will funnel more oil to collection...
Associated PressRobotic submarines removed the cap from the gushing well in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday, beginning a period of at least two days when oil will flow freely into the sea. It's the first step in placing a tighter dome that is supposed to funnel more...
KIAHComplex tests are expected to get underway soon in the Gulf of Mexico to help officials determine whether the containment cap, placed over the ruptured BP oil well on Monday, is doing its job. On Tuesday morning, Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen told...
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BP was encouraged Saturday as the final hours ticked away on a two-day trial run of a massive cap on its busted Gulf of Mexico well, saying there no signs of new leaks and oil was being kept out of the water. Kent Wells, a BP PLC vice president, said...
BP's experimental cap was holding Saturday as the final hours ticked away in a two-day trial run to make sure it keeps oil from pouring into the Gulf of Mexico without blowing a new leak in the busted well. Kent Wells, a BP PLC vice president, said...
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A federal official says scientists are concerned about a seep and possible methane near BP's busted oil well in the Gulf of Mexico Both could be signs there are leaks in the well that's been capped off for three days. The official spoke to The...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThe immense difficulties facing workers trying to contain and clean up the gulf oil leak were made frighteningly evident Wednesday, after a charter captain despondent over the spill apparently committed suicide, and technical issues forced oil company...
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