Lunchtime Links: May 11, 2010

The public vetting of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is underway. Some conservative Christians have expressed concern about President Obama’s decision.

The three oil companies primarily involved in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill blamed each other Tuesday for the accident last month that left 11 workers dead and oil still spewing into the Gulf. Meanwhile, BP is launching new efforts to control the spreading environment disaster from the Deepwater Horizon accident.

Oklahoma residents are surveying the damage from a line of twisters which ripped through the state Monday.

Vice President Joe Biden‘s son Beau was being treated at a Delaware hospital, the White House said Tuesday, though it did not provide information about what might be wrong.

Comedy Central is working on the possible release of a cartoon depicting Jesus living as a “regular guy” in modern-day New York City. The network recently bleeped out mention of Muhammad on an episode of “South Park” after death threats were leveled at the show’s creators on a radical Muslim Web site.

The Los Angeles Lakers completed their sweep of the Utah Jazz to breeze into a NBA Playoffs Western Conference Finals showdown with the Phoenix Suns.

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