deepwater horizon oil spill

Samples of the oil found on Perdido Key were collected in an attempt to determine the source of the pollution.
Newly released documents highlight the degree to which industry has shaped the rules that police it under the Trump administration.
The people who cleaned up the 200 million-gallon Deepwater Horizon oil spill say they are still dealing with the health and economic fallout.
The Bahamas Petroleum Company hopes to start drilling the first well, just 150 miles off the coast of South Florida, as soon as April.
About 98 percent of the stranded dolphins have died.
The administration has taken a scalpel to reforms made in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Eight years later, scientists are confirming the lasting impact of the BP oil spill -- and what may have made it worse.
The Interior Department says the rules created in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster cause "unnecessary regulatory burdens."
Findings were supposed to help prevent another Deepwater Horizon disaster.