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Offshore oil rigs can resume deep water drilling, as Obama moratorium is lifted
Offshore drilling moratorium: good for the Gulf, bad for the economy?
Obama loses in court again over deepwater drilling moratorium
Obama approval rating hits all-time low as Gulf Oil spill disaster continues
Gulf oil spill: Judge won't budge on deep-water drilling moratorium
Offshore drilling ban overturned: Judge says he won't put ruling on hold
Offshore drilling moratorium: How much could it cost the Gulf?
Offshore drilling: Judge who lifted moratorium has oil interests
Gulf oil spill: Judge slams Obama's drilling moratorium, blocks it
Oil drilling ban has Transocean boss Steven Newman criticizing Obama
Louisiana backs oil industry, wants drilling moratorium thrown out
Offshore oil drilling protest: Companies tell judge 'no more'
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Oklahoma braces for more tornadoes, as severe storm system lingers (+video)
South Korea: The little dynamo that sneaked up on the world
Might Obama fire Attorney General Eric Holder?
Obama administration targets Fox News reporter in 'chilling' echo of AP probe
Tunisia shuts down medieval city to prevent Salafi demonstrations
Myanmar's White House bow: well done, but not mission accomplished
Are tit-for-tat sectarian killings enough to tilt Iraq back to war?
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