exxon oil spill

Time has a strange affect on events in our lives. I feel I'm looking through a glass of water when I look back 25 years to this day, March 24, 1989.
Three emergency responders with International Bird Rescue, a wildlife relief organization specializing in oiled bird care
(Photos continue in the slideshow below.) The images below reveal the dramatic effects of the spill and its enormous toll
The cause of the spill is under investigation. April 14 (Reuters) - A 52-feet (15.8 meters) section of Exxon Mobil Corp's
Stephen Colbert is the latest tv personality to criticize ExxonMobil's response to the Mayflower, Arkansas oil spill. He
Some environmentalist groups including the Sierra Club and 350.org have asked President Obama to delay any decision on the
Company representatives will tell you that your worries aren't true, they will tell you that they would live here, that it is safe, that you are imagining things. They will tell you a lot of things. You will still wonder.
The EPA's On Scene Coordinator website has posted disturbing images of the ExxonMobil pipeline oil spill in Mayflower, Arkansas
The Green Cross for Safety medal, presented at the council's annual fundraising dinner in Houston on Tuesday, honored ExxonMobil
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel has set an April 10 deadline for ExxonMobil to produce documents connected to the company's oil spill in Mayflower.
It is essential for the media to search for deeper explanations and more accurate information during incidents that threaten human health, wildlife, and the environment -- and future energy choices.
Friday's spill invigorated debate over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry Canadian crude from Alberta to
Exxon did not yet have a specific figure of how much oil was released when the 20-inch line ruptured on Friday. The company
Officials from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials
The Exxon Valdez disaster remains a tragic lesson in what can be lost with a few bad policy decisions and a few broken promises. The spill became an enduring symbol of recklessness, hubris, arrogance, complacency and outright dishonesty.
ExxonMobile has since shut down the pipeline. Watch the The Huffington Post report above. Emergency clean-up crews are working
EPA officials said they and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel conducted an aerial assessment of the Yellowstone from
Duane Winslow, Yellowstone County director of disaster and emergency services, said the plume was dissipating as it moved
A leadership aide sent to the Huffington Post some Democratic talking points that emphasize that the response to the 1989
When a federal jury in Alaska in 1994 ordered Exxon to pay $5 billion to thousands of people who had their lives disrupted