Ian Urbina

National Correspondent, New York Times

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National Correspondent for the New York Times

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The  Gulf oil spill  is producing hundreds of lawsuits in several states, but federal judges are bowing out because of investments in the oil industry.

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The Gulf oil spill is producing hundreds of lawsuits in several states, but federal judges are bowing out because of investments in the oil industry.

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In Haiti, humanitarian aid workers are finally getting systems in place to distribute aid.

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In Haiti, humanitarian aid workers are finally getting systems in place to distribute aid.

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In Haiti, humanitarian aid workers are finally getting systems in place to distribute aid.

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