The latest on the BP Oil Spill:
- President Obama is set to address the nation tonight about the catastrophe and layout his vision for the country's energy future. It will be his first Oval Office address since taking office.
- Emails released Monday show internal concerns about the integrity of the Deepwater Horizon well and disregard for a key safety mechanism in the days prior to the accident.
- Health officials have advised against swimming in Alabama Gulf waters and tourism in Northwest Florida is taking a huge hit as a result of the spill
- With so many people affected by the oil spill and no apparent solution in sight, more and more people are turning to prayer.
Ten inches of rain inundated parts of Oklahoma City on Monday, meanwhile the grim recovery of 20 flooding victims at an Arkansas campground on Friday is wrapping up.
This video shows rescue crews saving a girl from Oklahoma City floodwaters yesterday:
There's a growing consensus that the nation is on the verge of a housing shortage less than two years after entering the worst economic slowdown since the Great Depression.
Thirty years after the original Pac-Man game was released, a new Pac-Man game was unveiled this week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. The new game, Pac-Man Party, will be released this fall for the Nintendo Wii system.
A television deal has saved the Big 12 athletic conference after two schools defected. The Lakers and Celtics are set to tip off tonight for Game 6 of the NBA Championship. The Celtics lead 3 games to 2 and would wrap up their second title in three years with a victory tonight.