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A cross with the words "Promises Made"-- referring to statements from BP and government officials — stands in front of a pile of crosses symbolizing things that were impacted by the spill, in a front yard in Grand Isle, La. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Settlement Only The First Step In BP's Legal Woes

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Former Judge Mark Ciavarella leaves the federal courthouse in Scranton, Pa., in 2009. Ciavarella was convicted last year of racketeering and conspiracy for taking nearly a million dollars from the developer of two for-profit prisons. David Kidwell/AP hide caption

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After Scandal, New Rules For Juveniles In Pa. Courts

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After almost two decades of estrangement, fractious writer Jonathan Flynn (Robert De Niro, right) gets in contact with his adult son Nick (Paul Dano) when he's forced to leave his apartment. Focus Features hide caption

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'Being Flynn': Taking In A Prodigal Father

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