BP lawyers are expected to argue for a small fine per barrel. Of course.
Once again, Politico blurs the lines between "journalism" and paid advertising.
That uncanny eldritch screech you hear is the sound of Halliburton's wallet finally getting pried open.
Halliburton admits destroying evidence in Gulf explosion.
Julia Whitty writes for Mother Jones on the environment and she's written about the dramatic decline in microscopic life on Gulf beaches and also about how using dispersant allowed oil to penetrate much more deeply into beaches, possibly
Seen the original BP ads? For more of the most cookie-begging ad campaign in the history of cookies, check this out. Or, oooh, this one is just the worst. Because, y'know, corporations are people. And sometimes they need a pat on the back.
It was only a year ago today that the Deepwater Horizon oil well ruptured in the Gulf of Mexico, and yet it seems as if the horrendous damage it inflicted on people and wildlife in the region has all been forgotten. Sure, for a little while,
From Democracy Now -- "5 Million Barrels of Oil Does Not Disappear": Author, Activist Antonia Juhasz on the BP Spill, One Year Later: This week marks the one-year anniversary of the worst maritime oil spill in history. Last year on April 20
While the media is busy assuring their audiences that we still need nuclear energy despite catastrophic accidents potential, environmentalists would like you to remember we still have issues in the Gulf of Mexico from another one of our
I'm wondering what else the commission looking into the BP oil disaster in the Gulf is going to uncover? Color me not surprised by this latest finding since anyone following this knew they were downplaying the amount of oil coming out of that well
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