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Apple CEO Steve Jobs has recently unveiled the latest iPhone, shooting high definition video as well as video conferencing and much more. John Blackstone has the latest on the iPhone 4.
Residents along the Gulf of Mexico are continuing to voice their anger over BP's response to the oil spill. Kelly Cobiella reports that oil has now reached some of Florida's most famous beaches.
As CBS News continues special coverage of the Disaster in the Gulf, correspondents throughout CBS News answer questions submitted from viewers via Twitter.
Seven weeks into the worst oil spill disaster in U.S. history, BP's clean up point man Bo Dudley toured the devastation today for the first time, angering local residents. Mark Strassmann reports.
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Residents are fed up with BP's history of failed fixes as the oil giant says the containment is working
In a new TV commercial, BP CEO Tony Hayward is offering atonement to those affected by the oil spill. As Tony Guida reports, his apology isn't winning hearts and minds on the Gulf coast.
BP claims they will eventually return the Gulf Coast to the \"position it was in before the spill\". Sharyl Attkisson crunches the numbers to see just how well BP is doing so far.
As the oil spill continues, some Florida beaches are starting to show signs of the disaster. As Kelly Cobiella reports, residents and officials are beginning to feel frustrated.