Plagued with a series of crises, ranging from hurricanes to the recession, the beach community of Pensacola, Fla. is reeling from the BP oil disaster. Harry Smith reports.
All 33 deepwater drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico have shut down production due to uncertainty over the BP oil spill. Mark Strassmann reports that local workers now face financial hardship.
As fisherman and other local residents still struggle ten weeks after the BP oil spill first began, Harry Smith reports on VP Biden\'s tour of the disaster region.
Anna Chapman, one of the eleven Russians living in the U.S. now accused of espionage, once spoke in an interview about her financial successes in America.
In Pensacola Fla., beaches are vacant and storeowners are going out of business due to the ongoing Gulf oil crisis. Harry Smith reports.
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As Tropical Storm Alex approaches the Gulf Coast, the weather is starting to halt relief efforts to clean up the spilled oil. Harry Smith reports from the Gulf of Mexico, 7 miles out to sea.
Katie Couric recently spoke with two families in Orange Beach, Alabama, who are struggling to keep their businesses afloat after the oil spill. CBS News\' John Bentley checks in with them to see if they\'re going to make it.
On day 70 of the Gulf oil spill, new streaks of oil are threatening Grand Isle\'s coastline. As Mark Strassmann reports, residents are preparing for more damage to property.
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