Man-made disaster takes top spot on Yahoo’s annual list of top searches, eclipsing celebritiesIt took a man-made disaster to topple a celebrity from the top spot on Yahoo Inc.’s annual list of most po
One of Hollywood’s Most Handsome Men drives a hard bargain. Brad Pitt has harsh words for those responsible for the oil spill that devastated the Gulf Coast for more than four months. The Oscar-nominated actor says he was against the death penalty before the crisis but he is now “willing to look at it again”
David Hasselhoff has signed on to host a television special paying tribute to the victims of the oil spill that devastated the Gulf of Mexico.On Aug, 27 (8PM-9PM ET), The CW Networkwill air The Gulf Is Back, a one-hour special that will pay tribute to the people of Mississippi and the entire Gulf region. The
On Friday, four-time Grammy Award-winning Lenny Kravitz took CBS’ The Early Show on a tour of his adopted home of post-Katrina New Orleans, where the already weakened economy has taken a hit due to the still-leaking oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico — a disaster which is steadily destroying the local seafood industry.
Sir Paul McCartney has defended US President Barack Obama’s conduct during the oil spill crisis, which was caused by an explosion at BP”s Deepwater Horizon oil rig in April that left 11 dead. The former Beatle said that he has the right to speak against the British company for spilling oil in his country. “I
Hey BP, are you smarter than a fifth grader? That’s the question Fox News asks in an nterview Charlie Vaughan, a 10-year-old Minnesota boy who has presented a solution for BP’s devastating oil spill in the Gulf of Mexicon.
BSB is calling foul on BP. Groundbreaking boy band the Backstreet Boys are joining hip-hopster Kanye West and heavy metal band Korn in boycotting British Petroleum’s (BP) fuel in protest of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Backstreet decided to back up Korn by boycotting BP after performing in Biloxi, Mississippi last week — where
British energy giant BP continues to face hurdles in its way to siphon off oil that is coming out of its ruptured wellhead. New threat is in the form of tar balls and other types of debris from the oil that has spread over the region’s shoreline.
The company has made new attempts to