Marisa Taylor

National Correspondent, McClatchy Newspapers

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National correspondent for McClatchy newspapers covering the justice department and homeland security.

Marisa Taylor on KCRW

In past disasters, including Hurricane Katrina, the federal government was in charge.  But this time, BP - the oil giant that owned the Deepwater Horizon oil rig - has been designated…

BP Not Releasing Facts About Oil Spill 

In past disasters, including Hurricane Katrina, the federal government was in charge.  But this time, BP - the oil giant that owned the Deepwater Horizon oil rig - has been designated…

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Federal criminal charges are likely against at least one of the companies involved in the Gulf oil spill, and that could mean higher penalties, even though there’s now a…

Will the Gulf Oil Spill Lead to Criminal Charges?

Federal criminal charges are likely against at least one of the companies involved in the Gulf oil spill, and that could mean higher penalties, even though there’s now a…

from To the Point

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