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It's up to mere mortals to make a happy ending out of this Doomsday scenario. So goes the drama that is the BP oil spill , an epic disaster that makes "Deep Impact" look about as scary as "Scooby-Doo 2." Of course, should the story go to the big
Meanwhile, congressional lawmakers on both sides of Capitol Hill continue to hold hearings galore into the BP spill something House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) last week mocked as Congress at its best, as millions of barrels of oil continue
Louisiana Congressman Charlie Melancon has started a petition to have BP CEO Tony Hayward fired. Melancon started the drive after Hayward commented on the Gulf oil spill disaster and said, No one wants this over more than I do....Melancon said,
The ongoing crisis in the Gulf has only been made worse by the fact that BP's CEO Tony Hayward has been spewing tone-deaf gaffes about as fast as the Deepwater Horizon site has spewed oil. His latest, declaring that he'd "like his life back" was
It is extremely sad that this event has been going on for 7 weeks and Obama has not yet spoken to the BP CEO. Obama likes to tell us that he is doing everything possible to mitigate the damage from this event, but he doesn't have time to talk to BP's
Two Democratic senators are pressing BP to delay plans to pay shareholder dividends worth an expected $10 billion or more until the full costs for cleaning up the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico are calculated. Senators Charles Schumer of New York
Just the latest pomposity delivered by BP CEO, Tony Hayward, who seems not to have grasped the concept of sensitivity, humility, concern for your fellowman or just simply the old fashioned notion that when you break it, you fix it. He needs to.....
La. (AP) — More than 40 trailers that can sleep up to 36 workers in bunks are being brought to Louisiana coastal communities to house temporary cleanup workers involved in the Gulf oil spill. Anthony Kelly, a subcontractor hired
La. (AP) — The chief executive of BP PLC walked the oil-stained sands of a closed Louisiana beach as workers in white coveralls and yellow boots tended to equipment being used to keep away crude gushing into the Gulf of Mexico.