FDIC Closes Washington First Inter\'l Bank, 82nd This Year; Rate of Closures More Than Double That of 2009
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As part of our continuing series, CBS News\' Sharyl Attkisson answers questions from Twitter concerning the number of additional oil rigs in U.S. coastal waters.
The U.S. Government has recently come under fire for its constantly changing reports of the amount of oil spilling into the Gulf of Mexico. Sharyl Attkisson investigates.
Along with the severe economic strain on industries, residents in Ala. and Fla. are also deeply angered over sheets of BP oil which threaten coastline and marshes. Kelly Cobiella reports.
Mark Strassmann reports from inside the \"burn box,\" a field of fire on the Gulf of Mexico where officials are hoping to lessen the amount of British Petroleum oil from reaching the shores.
New York City Mayor Known for Defending Private Businesses with Public Relations Problems
The iPhone 4 will be sold at Wal-Mart when it goes on sale on June 24, the Nissan Leaf has added sound so pedestrians don\'t get run over, and how to follow the World Cup on Twitter.
Petroleum-Based Products Are in Everything From Rubber and Plastic to Computers . . . Even Milk Shakes
Facebook partners with the PTA to promote a safer Net, Google News tries Editors\' Picks for stories, and rumor has it that T-Mobile will give away phones on June 19 in a shameless, yet effective, promotion.
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The World Cup will soon kick off in South Africa though most Americans will remain oblivious to it. As Anthony Mason reports, there's already debate over the ball being used.
Waves of oil continued to wash onto coastal Louisiana as the mayor of Grand Isle, David Camardelle, has set up food programs for its 1,200 residents out of his own pocket. Mark Strassmann reports.
To the surprise of Fla. residents, oil from the massive British Petroleum spill in the Gulf of Mexico has already reached as far as Pensacola Bay. Kelly Cobiella reports that local officials are livid.
There is growing anti-British sentiment in the U.S. over British Petroleum\'s handling of the oil spill, but residents in the U.K. argue that this is unfair. Mark Phillips reports from London.
On tonight\'s edition of Ask CBS News: Mark Strassmann, Chip Reid and Kelly Cobiella answer questions from Twitter and Facebook regarding the ongoing Gulf oil crisis.
Trading Breaks for Stocks Showing Big Swings will be Implemented in Response to May\'s 1,000-Point Dow Plunge
Apple faces antitrust investigations for the iAd system, the Sony PlayStation 3 has three new 3D games, and how to start an online profile for your deceased loved ones.