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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill (2010)

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  • Sorkin talk fest is no fun

    If you ask a smart, talented, prolific, highly opinionated and possibly overextended writer to create a series for you whenever he gets the chance, you might get a terrific television show. Or you might get "The Newsroom," which is what HBO got when it...
  • 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....
  • The Japan quake and nuclear power; the ICE's Secure Communities program; the Palestinians new strategy

    Japan's nightmare Re "Japan crisis may derail 'nuclear renaissance,' " March 14 If anything good can be said to have come from the terrible disaster in Japan, it is the realization that nuclear power plants can, at any time, be subjected to unexpected...
  • 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...
  • The new can-do spirit

    The new can-do spirit
    Canning is having a moment. So is pickling, preserving, jam making and all around "putting up," as they used to say — and now do once more — of the season's harvest. And if that puts you in mind of a remote farmhouse kitchen, gingham aprons...
  • Ex-White House economist: 'Jobs deficit' needs greater attention

    Ex-White House economist: 'Jobs deficit' needs greater attention
    Amid the deficit-cutting fervor that has consumed Washington, Jared Bernstein hopes that the jobless rate isn't forgotten. -------------------- For the Record, 3:11 p.m. May 27: An earlier version of this article incorrectly reported that economist...
  • Lack of data from Japan distresses nuclear experts

    Lack of data from Japan distresses nuclear experts
    How did Japanese workers at the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant jury-rig fire hoses to cool damaged reactors? Is contaminated water from waste pools overflowing into the Pacific Ocean? Exactly who is the national incident commander? The answers to these...
  • McManus: Fuming about gas

    When the price of gasoline rises, the supply of hot air expands. Just look at the recent GOP attacks blaming President Obama for prices that exceed $4 a gallon in some parts of the country. Not only is Obama responsible, according to some Republicans,...
  • Steven Seagal is out for “True Justice” on ReelzChannel

     
    By Stacey Harrison Steven Seagal makes most of the fights in his movies appear effortless. Bad guy approaches, fists flailing, only to walk into the calm aikido master's grip and limp away with a bloody nose and newly deformed limb. It's all over in a...
  • Rubio’s ‘raw deal’ is Nelson’s ‘huge step’ toward fairness

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Florida’s U.S. senators, who once agreed on a proposal to use BP fines to restore the Gulf Coast, split sharply when the measure came to the Senate floor on Thursday. Marco Rubio, a...
  • Long-term impact on the environment vs. short-term jobs [Most commented]

     
    "I wasn't always a disillusioned Democrat," writes Charles K. Ebinger, director of the Brookings Institution's Energy Security Initiative. "For decades, the party's policies ensured that the United States had adequate supplies of domestic oil, natural...
  • Tea partiers and liberals agree: BP fines should go to Gulf recovery

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A collective of environmental groups is ratcheting up pressure on Congress to┬ádevote a large portion of the fines from last year's BP oil spill to the recovery of the businesses and environmental assets along the Gulf Coast. The groups...