Oil producers on Thursday were checking Gulf of Mexico production platforms and beginning to return crews to more than 90 offshore facilities evacuated this week as Hurricane Michael moved through the Gulf.



Latest News

NewYorkTimes: How Many Space Stations Does This Planet Need?

CNN: Family's farm at risk as tariffs sink prices

CNN: Trump's potential rules won't erase LGBTQ Americans

CBS: Exploding toilet tanks recalled after reports of injuries

ABC: CDC warns against dressing up pet chickens for Halloween

ABC: WATCH: 9-year-old battling cancer gets to be NYPD chief officer for a day

Los Angeles Times: One more day: Monday is your last chance to register to vote

Los Angeles Times: Pete Davidson makes light of Ariana Grande breakup at a stand-up gig

USA Today: Vols' Pruitt confident Guarantano will be ready this week

USA Today: Purdue's perseverance on full display as wins pile up

USA Today: Barton strains core and right hip; no timetable for return

USA Today: Is Titans coach Mike Vrabel in over his head?

USA Today: Patrick Peterson seeks trade from Arizona Cardinals

USA Today: Lakers lucky suspensions for Brandon Ingram, Rajon Rondo weren't longer

Daily Mail: Man in court after refusing to leave pub

Daily Mail: Mystery of how black widow spiders create steel-strength silk is unravelled

Daily Mail: Oklahoma parents arrested after malnourished infant dies

Daily Mail: Sarah Silverman reveals she gave Louis CK permission to masturbate in front of her

CTV News: Toronto police shut down 11 unlicensed pot shops since legalization

Reuters: Arm CEO pulls out of Saudi conference -source

Reuters: Q&A-Republican U.S. election sweep would boost short sellers -Lamensdorf

Reuters: Merkel-No arms sales to Saudi until "monstrous" killing cleared up

Reuters: Republican U.S. election sweep would boost short sellers: Lamensdorf

13 Related Articles from 2018-10-10