A ballet at sea? Oddly inspiring? Read what BP’s own “reporters” have to say about the oil spill.
A BP engineer talked to Need to Know about the devastating impact of the spill.
Rahm Emanuel persuaded the President to play it cool on
climate legislation. But post spill, can he bring some heat to the game?
Many journalists covering the oil spill off the Gulf Coast of Louisiana are finding it difficult to cover the U.S.’s biggest oil spill disaster because of restrictions set by the British-owned company, BP.
Carl Safina of the Blue Ocean Institute told Need to Know’s Jon Meacham that the Deepwater Horizon spill could be the end of Big Oil as we know it.
Satirist Steve Brodner illustrates the complex entanglements affair between the Minerals Management Service and the oil industry.
Despite scientists’ observations, BP doubts the existence of underwater oil plumes, which would have a unique role in devastating marine life.
A House panel investigating the Gulf oil spill released new internal documents from BP that suggest engineers had concerns about the safety of the well as early as last year.