June 29th, 2010
09:28 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular CNN.com stories during the last 24 hours, according to Newspulse.

Florida police officers killed: A woman sought for questioning in the deaths of two Tampa police officers was taken into custody Tuesday.

The hottest on-screen bathing suits ever: History's best bathing suits aren't always practical but they're impossible to forget. InStyle fashion director Hal Rubenstein shares the top ten on-screen swimsuits that are forever in our memories.

Ex-teacher gets 10 years for sex with pupils: Former middle school math teacher Stephanie Ragusa was sentenced to 10 years in prison for having sex with two underage students.

Alleged Russian agent arrested in Cyprus: A suspect in an alleged Russian spy ring was arrested Tuesday in Cyprus a day after 10 other suspects in the case were arrested in the United States.

How bad are your past sins really: Will those margaritas, junk-food binges, forgotten condoms or bong hits eventually come back to haunt us?

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  1. Steve Brian

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    June 29, 2010 at 10:06 pm | Report abuse |
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      then, the hurricanes are coming in the Gulf and, everytime an hurricane will come, the (already bad) containment cap MUST be unplugged from the wellhead since the ship that collects the oil can't remain there with an hurricane, so, the oil will flow from the well at 100,000 barrels per day!!!!
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      and (everytime) it will need for: 5 days to unplug the containment cap and evacuate the storm site, a couple of day for the storm, another couple of days to come back on site and one day to replug the containment cap = 1,000,000 more barrels of oil freely spilled in the ocean... or worst...
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      WHAT are they waiting to listen those who have the RIGHT IDEAS AND SOLUTION to STOP the oil spill QUICKLY to SAVE the sea and shores nature and wildlife BEFORE they'll be submerged by over 250,000,000 more gallons of oil, in the next TWO months (if lucky) ???????????
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      http://bit.ly/c8y9GX
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      June 30, 2010 at 5:32 am | Report abuse |