Lunchtime Links: May 4, 2010

Gulf Coast residents are playing a nervous waiting game to see where the oil spill has its greatest impact, with businesses preparing a worst-case scenario. Some lawmakers are already talking about forcing to hold BP accountable if it tries to minimize paying for the damage caused.

The suspect in the failed Times Square bombing was arrested at New York’s JFK Airport attempting to flee the country.

The Cumberland River is due to start receding this morning, but it was little comfort for residents of Nashville and surrounding Tennessee counties caught off-guard by flash storms over the weekend.

The 21st annual U.S. Capitol Bible Reading Marathon kicked off Sunday evening with the reading of Genesis 1:1 and will go on for 90 continuous hours before culminating with the reading of the final chapters of Revelation on Thursday – the National Day of Prayer.

Actress Lynn Redgrave died Sunday after a long battle with breast cancer. She was 67.

The Chicago Bulls fired head coach Vinny Del Negro after two seasons of making the playoffs marred by internal conflicts with management.

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