June 14th, 2010
08:20 AM ET

Monday's live video events

Ongoing coverage - BP webcam of Gulf Coast oil disaster

10:30 am ET - Clinton discusses human trafficking - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton briefs reporters on the State Department’s just-released report on human trafficking.

11:35 am ET - Obama returns to Gulf Coast - President Obama lands in Gulfport, Mississippi, to begin his fourth trip to the Gulf Coast to assess efforts to counter the oil disaster.

12:00 pm ET - Arkansas flooding briefing - Officials are expected to brief reporters on the fatal flash flooding that devastated an Arkansas campground.

12:30 pm ET - State Department briefing on human trafficking - Ambassador Luis CdeBaca will brief reporters on the State Department’s just-released annual report on human trafficking.

4:40 pm ET - Obama on Gulf Coast oil disaster - President Obama makes remarks after touring an oil boom staging facility in Theodore, Alabama.

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  1. damiao

    http://www.englishtips-self-taught.blogspot.com

    June 14, 2010 at 8:44 am | Report abuse |
    • BreakingNewsBlog.us

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      the US Coast Guard gave to BP only 48 hours(expired) to find the right way to fix the oil spill's issue
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      so, I've developed a new and BETTER "super cap" that can be built and installed in a couple of days
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      read a description with the drawing of my new idea in my article latest update: http://bit.ly/c8y9GX
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      the only other alternatives to my simple, cheap, fast to build and install proposal to fix the leak, are
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      1. the (unknown) new "cap" ready for mid-july after 50,000,000 more gallons of oil spilled in the Gulf
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      2. a drilling of the two relief wells finished in mid-august after 100,000,000 more gallons of oil spilled
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      June 14, 2010 at 9:31 am | Report abuse |
  2. S. Wimmer

    Thank you for adding this to today's reporting! Slavery is no ok anyplace, anytime, by anyone. There are many people involved in multiple organizations seeking to address this issue in the US and worldwide. You could provide regular coverage on this topic by following what these groups are doing. This is a crime that does not stop. As a matter of fact there are people right now at the FIFA World Cup who are being trafficked. Huge sports events are meccas for traffickers. Women and children are the primary targets of traffickers.

    Talk to International Justice Mission, Polaris Project, Rescue and Restore, Salvation Army, World Hope, Children's Hope Chest...and many others whose hearts are burdened to help find traffickers and bring justice to the least of these among us.

    Please, please don't stop covering this topic again, and again. Awareness can help others become involved in identifying this crime and saving people from this unbelievable trauma.

    June 14, 2010 at 10:47 am | Report abuse |