Gulf oil spill - Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana will share details at 10:30 a.m. ET Thursday of a plan to get more oil revenues sent to Gulf Coast states to help businesses and communities reeling from the impact of the massive oil spill. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, meanwhile, discussed the oil spill with CNN a day after researchers said some of the oil had entered the loop current, an ocean current that could take some oil down the western coast of Florida, around its southern tip and into the Atlantic Ocean.
Draw Mohammed Day - Pakistan on Thursday blocked access to YouTube - a day after it shut down social-networking site Facebook - in response to an online group calling on people to draw the Prophet Mohammed.
Lohan going to jail? - The latest Lindsay Lohan drama unfolds in a Beverly Hills, California, courtroom at 11:30 a.m. ET Thursday without its leading lady. Lohan will miss a mandatory court hearing because the actress-singer lost her passport while on a trip to the Cannes Film Festival in France this week, her attorney said. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge must decide if Lohan's absence warrants sending the actress to jail.
Mexican leader in Congress - Mexican President Felipe Calderon's visit to the U.S. continues Thursday with an 11 a.m. address to a joint meeting of Congress. On Wednesday, Calderon took aim at Arizona's controversial new law to crack down on illegal immigration, calling it discriminatory.