PALMDALE, Calif. - Families of the missing fretted.
Obama accuses BP of recklessness in TV address
WASHINGTON - Dedicating new urgency to the Gulf oil spill, President Barack Obama accused BP of "recklessness" in the first Oval Office address of his presidency Tuesday night and swore to make the company pay for the massive damage it has caused to lives, businesses and shorelines.
Obama defending Gulf effort in Oval Office address
WASHINGTON - National anger rising, President Barack Obama is defending his efforts against the country's worst environmental disaster and hoping his first Oval Office address Tuesday night will stoke confidence that he can see the job through until the gushing oil is gone and Gulf Coast lives are back to normal.

SAUCIER, Miss. - Organizers of the Champions Tour's Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic are trying to send a message to the world that the area, devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, is back in business.

BOSTON - Frank Whittemore has been growing fruit for a lifetime and can't ever remember a year when the buds started peeking out on his 30,000 apples trees so early in the spring.
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