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BP's Gulf Oil Spill: 1 Year Later

One year after the blowout at the Macondo oil well in the Gulf of Mexico and subsequent burning and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, what has been learned?

Gulf Seafood Officially Safe, But Questions and Oil Linger

Testing of shrimp, crabs and fish, among other seafood harvested in the Gulf of Mexico, continues

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One Year After BP Oil Spill, At Least 1.1 Million Barrels Still Missing

Where in the Gulf of Mexico is the oil from the Macondo well blowout?

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How Science Stopped BP's Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

Remote imaging of the failed blowout preventer, stress testing various containment devices as well as other high-tech tasks helped contain the Deepwater Horizon disaster

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How Did the BP Oil Spill Affect Gulf Coast Wildlife? [Slide Show]

One year later, there are more questions than answers about the impact of the oil spill from BP's Macondo well on wildlife and ecosystems

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Containing and Cleaning Up the Deepwater Oil Rig Disaster

On April 20, 2010, an explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico sank the oil rig and created a leak that has spewed millions of gallons into the water. This report contains our ongoing coverage of this disaster.

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