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Chevron Returning Workers To U.S. Gulf Of Mexico Assets
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Chevron Corp was returning workers to offshore platforms and restoring operations to normal on Saturday in U.S.-regulated areas of the northern Gulf of Mexico following the passage of weakening Tropical Storm Karen, according to a statement issued by the company. Chevron began evacuating nonessential workers from Gulf platforms on Thursday. On Friday, the company said there had been a minimal impact on production from the removal of nonessentials from offshore operations. (Reporting by Erwin Seba)
'Batman Beyond' Short Film
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Trailer
X-Men will be back May 23.
Raw: Obamas Attend Easter Service
President Barack Obama and his family attended Easter services in celebration this Sunday. (April 20)
Bryan Singer's Accuser May Have Opened Hollywood’s Pedophilia Pandora’s Box
X-Men director Bryan Singer is accused of drugging and anally raping Michael F. Egan III, who was allegedly underage at the time. And now Singer may have company in court. Egan’s lawyer Jeff Herman, explained that he’s going to sue for three more incidents, saying, “I'm going to file three more lawsuits Monday in Hawaii alleging three other Hollywood insiders were participating in the abuses of Mike Egan.
Two killed in Bahrain car explosion
Vows: Completing the Circle
Forty-four years after Steve Shapiro became a hippie and broke off his engagement to Jane Mattson, the couple is giving marriage a second chance.
Kinsler's hustle yields a run
LAA@DET: Three errors lead to a run for Kinsler
Good Samaritan Helps Save Baby Orphan Bear in Lake Tahoe
A good Samaritan dropped off an orphaned baby bear at the Bear League Offices in Lake Tahoe on Tuesday.Caretakers don`t know what happened to the bear`s family, but suspect its mother may have died.Those watching the bear call it Tahoe, and began feeding it bear formula and letting it play, but were also careful not to bond with her too much so she would someday be able to return to the wild."This is what keeps me going after 37 years, is because this little girl now will have the chance to grow up to be a healthy little bear," Cheryl Millham with Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care said.Without its mother or the caretakers, Tahoe would likely have died because she did not yet have teeth and could not eat on her own, Millham said.
Sinkhole Stunner in Florida
Massive collapse caught on tape as workers raced to save homes while more ground caved in.