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Cleanup crews in the marshlands in Louisiana are using a long-armed machine with a rake on the end to help restore areas that were inundated with oil from the BP spill last April. Elizabeth Shogren/NPR hide caption

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The BP Oil Spill, One Year Later

In Cleaning Oiled Marshlands, A Sea Of Unknowns

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Phil Radford, executive director of Greenpeace USA, inspects oil-covered reeds while visiting the disaster site on May 20, 2010 south of Venice, Louisiana. A year after the spill, BP has yet to distribute $450 million dollars to scientists studying the disaster. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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The BP Oil Spill, One Year Later

'Quagmire Of Bureaucracy' Stifles Gulf Spill Research

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Teens walk past a closed oyster business last week in Golden Meadow, La. A number of Louisiana fishermen have had to close because of economic conditions blamed on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Nearly a year after the spill, hundreds of lawsuits are slowly moving through the courts. Dave Martin/AP hide caption

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The BP Oil Spill, One Year Later

Legal Drama Over Gulf Oil Spill Could Last Years

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House Speaker John Boehner (from left), with Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), speaks to reporters after meeting with President Obama about the deficit at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. Jonathan Ernst/Getty Images hide caption

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The Federal Budget Crunch

Budget Compromise May Be A Tough Sell In Congress

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