America has not been the only culture plagued by the British Petroleum oil spill. As Mark Strassmann reports, international fishermen have also witnessed the economic strain of the disaster.
The U.S. Coast Guard has deployed several ships just off the coast of Fla. in an attempt to skim oil from the Gulf of Mexico before it reaches shore. Kelly Cobiella reports on the grueling effort.
A factory in Massillon, Ohio has been working overtime making oil containment booms to help clean up the Gulf of Mexico. As Seth Doane reports, the Gulf disaster has eased chronic unemployment.
Masillon, Ohio, Company Puts 80 People to Work Making Boom to Protect Gulf Coast Shores
The Billions Allocated to Claims Due to the Deepwater Horizon Spill, Most Likely Won\'t Affect BP\'s Financial Health
New Measures Would Better Protect America from Financial Crisis in Future, Chairman Says
The American Dream is Becoming a Nightmare for Immigrant Fisherman and Members of a Louisiana Tribe
Two Richest Men in America Say the Wealthiest People in America Should Give at Least Half of Their Money to Charity
President Obama met with top executives from British Petroleum and finalized a relief fund for victims of the disastrous oil spill. Chip Reid reports.
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Pilots Walked Out Over Wage Dispute; Strike Grounded the Airline, Stranding Passengers
Grand Jury Indicts Chief Exec Of Once Largest Privately Held Mortgage Lending Companies
Microsoft Co-Founder and Tycoon Investor Campaigning to Get Other American Billionaires to Give Half their Wealth to Charity
The Government-Backed Mortgage Buyers Will Trade with Other \"Penny Stocks\" on Over-the-Counter Boards
Even Before Announcement, French Protest Reform Measure Called \"Moral Obligation\" by Labor Minister
Panel Looking for Connections Between Political Contributions and Votes on Wall St. Regulation Overhaul Legislation
Third-Party Company Wrote \"Cookie Cutter\" Documents for All Five Oil Companies Present; BP Chief Says U.S. Needs Gulf Oil
Speaking live before the American public in a televised address from the Oval Office, President Barack Obama spoke about concerns over the ongoing BP oil spill, the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history.
Toxicologists say that oil hidden under the surrounding waters of the Gulf of Mexico threatens marine life. And, as Mark Strassmann reports, BP was hit with another setback due to a lightning strike.
On tonight\'s edition of \"Ask CBS News,\" Chip Reid and Sharyl Attkisson answer questions from viewers online regarding the ongoing oil spill disaster.