Key evidence in BP oil spill in New Orleans
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Key evidence in BP oil spill in New Orleans

A Coast Guard official says the 300-ton device that failed to stop the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill after a rig exploded has arrived at a NASA facility in Louisiana for analysis. (Sept. 13) (The Associated Press)

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