Lunchtime Links: May 3, 2010

The Gulf Coast and the Obama Administration are bracing for the increasing possibility that the slick from the sunken oil rig may be on par with Hurricane Katrina for its environmental impact.

The police and F.B.I. investigators have tracked down the owner of the 1993 Nissan Pathfinder that contained the makings of a crude car bomb discovered in Times Square over the weekend, but he is not considered a suspect, the police said on Monday.

Torrential rains and subsequent flooding led to 15 deaths over the weekend in Tennessee and Mississippi.

A successful entertainment attorney who was married to actress Catherine Bach of “Dukes of Hazzard” fame was found dead in an apparent suicide Friday, coroner’s officials said.

Fresh off his third Kentucky Derby win in the past four years, jockey Calvin Borel predicted a Triple Crown for Super Saver, which has officially registered for the Crown’s next jewel, The Preakness Stakes.

The Atlanta Hawks eliminated the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 7 of the first-round series Sunday to advance in the NBA Playoffs.

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