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Decision Delayed on Dangerous Chemical Found in Drinking Water…
The National Weather Service confirmed 51 tornadoes across 11 states from Friday into early Saturday, from the Great Lakes spreading south of the Gulf Coast and as far east as Georgia and the Carolinas. Hari Sreenivasan reports on cleanup efforts…
In Montana, contractors have been working 12 hours a day to soak up what they can of the estimated 42,000 gallons of crude oil that escaped into the Yellowstone River from a broken ExxonMobil pipeline. Correspondent Tom Bearden reports from…
It's been nearly one year since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in the Gulf.
Japan's Nuclear Crisis: Can It Be Prevented? Who's at Risk?…
Ray Suarez revisits one of the biggest stories of the year - the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Months after the well was sealed, questions remain about exactly how much damage the massive spill has done to the…
Jane Lubchenco, head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, talks to Ray Suarez about the administration's efforts to address the environmental damage in the Gulf of Mexico.
In other news Thursday, snow plows kept going in New York City, four days after last weekend's blizzard. Officials said snow crews have plowed every street at least once but some blocks were still impassable because of abandoned cars.
Piles of plastic bags containing tar balls from Gulf Coast shorelines are packed up each day and millions of gallons oily water have been skimmed. But where is the debris from the Gulf oil disaster being taken? Tom Bearden reports.
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