Gulf oil disaster - President Obama will continue his Gulf Coast visit Tuesday with a stop in Florida's panhandle, where beaches have started to see signs of oil as crude continues to gush from a ruptured deepwater well. Obama, on his fourth trip to the region since oil began spewing from the well in April, is scheduled to return to Washington later Tuesday and address the nation about the situation from the Oval Office. Before that, Obama will give a speech of support for oil-impacted communities and American troops while at Pensacola's Naval Air Station on Tuesday morning, an administration official said. His speeches may come at a crucial time: According to a USA Today/Gallup survey, 71 percent of the public says Obama hasn't been tough enough in dealing with BP.
The oil disaster will continue to be examined on Capitol Hill, where Rep. Ed Markey, D-Massachusetts, will have a chance to grill executives from five major oil companies. The witness list for Tuesday's hearing of his House Energy and Environment Subcommittee includes chief executives of BP, ExxonMobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Shell Oil. Markey, a longtime opponent of offshore drilling and vocal critic of BP's response to the oil disaster, told CNN that the purpose of the hearing is to "establish whether or not BP is the rule or the exception" in terms of its ability to respond to a massive oil spill.
Born in the U.S. but denied citizenship? - A proposed Arizona law would deny birth certificates to children born in the United States to illegal immigrant parents. The bill comes on the heels of Arizona's passage of the nation's toughest immigration law. John Kavanagh, a Republican state representative from Arizona who supports the proposed law aimed at so-called "anchor babies," said that the concept does not conflict with the U.S. Constitution.Under federal law, children born in the United States are automatically granted citizenship, regardless of their parents' residency status.
E3 conference - On Tuesday morning at E3, gaming company OnLive will announce a rollout of “in the cloud” gaming – part of a movement toward video games that are accessed anywhere via the Web, instead of via discs and a gaming console. Top titles like “Assassin’s Creed II” and “Batman: Arkham Asylum” will now be available this way. Nintendo will also unveil its latest gaming gear at around noon ET. News from Sony Entertainment’s E3 keynote is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. ET. The company is expected to unveil more details about Move, its forthcoming motion-control gaming system. And as the biggest gaming conference takes place, we'll bring you a list of the top 10 video games of the last decade for you to debate over.