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May 25th, 2010
08:39 PM ET

The Teaser

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

6:10AM David Camaradelle, Mayor of Grand Isle, Louisiana, on the impact of the oil finally hitting the beaches in his area.

7:15AM Tony Hayward, CEO of BP, on BP's latest attempt to stop the underwater leak, using a "top kill" procedure, which will start Wednesday morning.

7:40AM Billy Nungesser, President of Plaquemines Parish, on his push to build sand barriers, even if it's without the blessing of the Coast Guard.

8:10AM Deano Bonano, Homeland Security Director of Jefferson Parish, on his latest efforts to clean up the oil  from the wetlands in his area.

8:30AM Gov. Bill Richardson, (D) New Mexico, on the tensions between North and South Korea – will it escalate into a military response?

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  1. Pete

    11 dead have we already forgotten.All the talk is about the beaches and wildlife and its a very important concern but as more details emerge on BP's conduct they are responsible for criminal or at the least negligent homicide.This country does not jail its polluters it fines them and money is a joke to a corporation like this just look at there track record they pollute and pay a pittance.The average person in this country would have been arrested and charged does BP's long reach even include the court system.If there is any justice left in this world the top 3 BP execs should be sitting in Angola Prison right now.11 dead lets not forget.

    May 27, 2010 at 7:51 am |
  2. Chris R

    I can't understand the desire of some people that want the U.S. Gov't to get involved with the oil leaking in the Gulf. The U.S. Gov't employs the most incompetent, inept and lazy people. The LAST thing I'd want to see, is this Gov't getting involved in anything. Let them watch their porn and do their drugs. When you possess absolutely no eithics and work in a culture of lies and deceit, why would anyone want the U.S. Gov't to have ANYTHING to do with anything.

    May 26, 2010 at 6:41 am |