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Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill (2010)

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  • BP to Pay Record $4.5B Penalty in Gulf Oil Spill

    BP to Pay Record $4.5B Penalty in Gulf Oil Spill
    NEW YORK --- BP will plead guilty to manslaughter charges stemming from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and agreed to pay $4.5 billion in government penalties, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Thursday....
  • BP pleads guilty to 11 felony counts, will pay record fine for Gulf oil spill disaster

    BP pleads guilty to 11 felony counts, will pay record fine for Gulf oil spill disaster
    BP will pay a record U.S. fine to settle criminal claims arising from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, a Department of Justice official said Thursday. Details of the BP settlement will be revealed later Thursday when Attorney...
  • BP Statement: BP Announces Resolution of All Criminal and Securities Claims by U.S. Government Against Company Relating to Deepwater Horizon Accident

    BP Statement: BP Announces Resolution of All Criminal and Securities Claims by U.S. Government Against Company Relating to Deepwater Horizon Accident
    BP today announced that it has reached agreement with the United States government, subject to court approval, to resolve all federal criminal charges and all claims by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against the company stemming from the...
  • Oil rig explosion reported in Gulf Coast; workers missing

    Oil rig explosion reported in Gulf Coast; workers missing
    An oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico caught fire after an explosion Friday, sending 11 people to hospitals and leaving two missing, authorities said. Nine others were airlifted off the platform, and a half-mile oil sheen stretched across an area roughly...
  • 2nd Person Dies From Gulf Platform Blast

    2nd Person Dies From Gulf Platform Blast
    GRAND ISLE, La. -- A second Filipino oil worker has died following last week's Gulf of Mexico oil platform blast, the Philippine government said Friday. Avelino L. Tajonera died early Friday from injuries sustained in the November 16 explosion and fire...
  • Nelson for U.S. Senate

     Nelson for U.S. Senate
    It's not implausible that the outcome in Florida's U.S. Senate race this year could determine whether the winner in the presidential election is working with a Democratic or Republican Senate. Yet for a contest so crucial, the Sunshine State's Senate...
  • Coral reef documentary to screen in Laguna

    Coral reef documentary to screen in Laguna
    With loud, buzzing cameras weighing up to 250 pounds, the MacGillivray Freeman Films team is careful not to scare away the wildlife as they reach into the depths of the ocean. One lousy shot can end up being amplified on IMAX screens around the world....
  • Group trying to rescue old Seven Mile Bridge in the Keys

    Group trying to rescue old Seven Mile Bridge in the Keys
    MARATHON — Retired truck driver Norm "Runaway Grandpa" Dille arrived at the old Seven Mile Bridge for his daily ritual. He walked about half a mile roundtrip before plunking down in a green plastic chair to gaze at nature's beauty and at Henry...
  • PASSINGS: James McLure, Joseph Flom, Harry Fogle, Tommy Bell, John Robinson

    PASSINGS: James McLure, Joseph Flom, Harry Fogle, Tommy Bell, John Robinson
    James McLure Playwright who wrote 'Lone Star' James McLure, 59, a playwright and actor best known for his two one-act plays that reached Broadway, died Feb. 17 from cancer at his home in Marina del Rey, said his sister, Jenny Schroeder. McLure's...
  • A sound, super-green choice

    A sound, super-green choice
    Oysters are like wine, tea and cigars — they taste of where they came from. Only five oyster species are cultivated commercially in North America, but they are identified and sold under hundreds of names, mostly geographic, to denote that special...
  • Oil spill? Not that you can see from this Gulf Coast resort

    Oil spill? Not that you can see from this Gulf Coast resort
    DESTIN, Fla. — The dolphins, silvery and serene, skimmed through the translucent Gulf of Mexico in rhythm with the fluttering sails of the catamaran. The catamaran's passengers peered at the dolphins with nothing less than absolute awe, pointing and...
  • Seahorses may be heading toward decline

    Seahorses may be heading toward decline
    They are whimsical symbols of the beach, appearing on key chains, murals, logos and postcards. They form inseparable, monogamous couples. And they are hauled from the sea in nets, ground into powder for traditional Chinese medicine and dried for sale in...