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DAILY KOS

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“Hillary Clinton breaks from Obama on Shell Oil Arctic drilling”


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CNN BREAKING NEWS . . .


U.S. Gulf states announce an agreement in principle with BP on an $18.7 billion settlement from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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DAILY KOS

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“Scientists Say Tar Sands Development And Limiting Climate Change Are ‘Incompatible’


THINK PROGRESS

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“Fracking divides red, blue states”


THE HILL

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“ExxonMobil CEO mocks renewable energy in shareholder speech”


POLITICO

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“Jeb Bush Morphs Into Mitt Romney And Tells The American People To Get Over His Bushness”


POLITICUS USA

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THE BUSH DYNASTY


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Former Gov. Jeb Bush on Thursday clarified — again — his position on the Iraq War, saying, “Knowing what we know now … I would not have gone into Iraq.”

The comments marked the fifth time this week that the prospective 2016 presidential candidate sought to explain his position on the war, which was launched during the presidency of his brother, George W. Bush.

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Watch PBS tonight . . .


The Great Invisible

Five years ago today, on April 20, 2010, the Gulf Coast was devastated by the explosion and aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon, a state-of-the-art offshore oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico. The blast killed 11 of the 126 crew members and injured many more, and caused the largest offshore oil spill in American history. The spill dumped hundreds of millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic ocean, shutting down the local fishing industry, polluting the fragile ecosystem, and raising serious questions about the safety of continued deep-water offshore drilling. In the wake of the disaster, media coverage often overlooked the human stories in the aftermath — those who survived or lost their lives on the rig, and the ordinary citizens of the Gulf Coast whose livelihoods were damaged.

The documentary film The Great Invisible takes audiences to small towns and major cities across Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas to explore the fallout from this disaster. Years later, Gulf state residents still haunted by the Deepwater Horizon explosion provide first-hand accounts of their ongoing experience, long after the story has faded from the front page.

The Great Invisible premieres tonight at 10/9c on Independent Lens on PBS. Check your local listings.