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July 5th, 2010
10:27 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.

6:40AM Owen Kratz, CEO, Helix Energy Solutions Group, on how some new technology heading to the leaking well could double the amount of oil captured.

7:40AM Richard Quest & Richard Roth on the Queen's visit to New York.

7:50AM
Dr. Thomas Perls, Assoc. Prof. of Medicine & Geriatrics, Boston Univ. School of Medicine, on the role genes play in living an unusually long life.

8:10AM Joseph Bruno, Commissioner of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, on the heat wave hitting NYC, and much of the Northeast, this week.

8:40AM D’Anna Tillis, Owner, D'Anna Dolly's House of Fashion, & Alice Horn, Ex. Dir.; South Florida's Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, on how the recession is hitting teenagers and their prospects for summer jobs – and what they can do about it.

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  1. Smith in Oregon

    It is entirely typical for the Parish Swamp Presidents and Big Oil Republican politicians Jindal and Barbar to jump up and down in wanting and urging more response to the enormous Louisiana BP Oil gusher.

    And yet, it's a resounding Louisiana Hell No to Americans including President Obama requesting a temporary moratorium on ALL deep Ocean Oil well drilling off the Louisiana shoreline until the present Louisiana fiasco is taken care of.

    Louisiana citizens across that entire State are loudly cheering the Big Oil connected Louisiana Federal Judge which overturned Obama's temporary moratorium on deep Ocean Oil drilling.

    Louisiana appears entirely anxious for American taxpayers to pony up another 100 Billion rescue dollars after spending 100 Billion in the post Katrina effort AND yet, Louisiana appears to not want to change the sub-sea level plane in New Orleans, and Louisiana appears to not want to have regulations and restrictions on Big Oil offshore drilling.

    American taxpayers are quickly losing their compassion and sympathy for Louisiana if Louisiana continues their utterly reckless practices.

    July 6, 2010 at 3:57 am |