I walked around downtown New Orleans today to take in the sights and sounds of the city most directly impacted by BP’s oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Walking down Bourbon Street, I saw […]
Here are the photos of the beach in Grand Isle, Louisiana that CBS News Correspondent August Skamenca and I were talking about on the air. We will broadcast from New Orleans again tonight (7/29/10) from […]
(By Mark Strassmann of CBS News) One hundred days into BP’s disastrous spill, the company has finally managed to execute at least one successful “top kill.” Tony Hayward
On tonight’s show, I revealed we’ll be taking the Nightly News Roundup to New Orleans next week as the crisis in the gulf reaches Day 100. CBS News Correspondent August Skamenca joined me to talk […]
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CBS News Correspondent August Skamenca was at Bush Airport in Houston when he caught up with BP’s President and CEO for Gulf Restoration Bob Dudley for an exclusive one-on-one interview. August pulls no punches in […]
CBS News Correspondent August Skamenca brings us the stories of the people working hard to clean up the mess along the Louisiana shoreline. He took the time to chat with me about the disaster tonight. […]
It’s meeting day for the State’s Attorney’s General to talk about the BP oil spill.
Tonight: Backlash Against Body Scanners, Illegal Immigrant Working at Jail in Dallas Quits, Governor Perry All Over the Place on AZ Immigration Law, and more…
It’s been a busy news day and an even busier broadcast is coming up from 7-9 tonight. Our top agenda items include… At 7:05: People are getting more and more agitated with airport security measures, […]
Jimmy Buffet gave a free concert yesterday in Gulf Shores, Alabama… not too far from where Buffet was raised.
There are some huge stories in the headlines today and we’ll go in-depth on as many of them as possible tonight. I’ll be adding to the agenda throughout the afternoon, but some of the big […]
Most days, a huge fleet of boats would be skimming oil from the Gulf of Mexico and ferrying workers and supplies.