- The Gulf oil spill and the blame game
President Obama denounced the "ridiculous spectacle" of BP executives trying to shift the blame for the Gulf oil spill, but examples of CEOs and politicians failing to take accountability for their actions are numerous. Have we created a culture where it's acceptable for no one to take the blame?9:06 a.m.
Michael Watkins: Co-founder and chief intellectual officer of Genesis Advisers. He is the author of several books, including "The First 90 Days."
Alan Webber: Author, columnist and founder of Fast Company magazine. His latest book is "Rules of Thumb."
- Frustration grows over oil spill
One month after the Deepwater Horizon explosion, crude oil has reached US shorelines. Critics are accusing not only BP, but also the Obama administration for not doing enough to slow this environmental catastrophe.9:45 a.m.
Noelle Straub: Reporter for Greenwire.
- A new look at the battle of the Little Bighorn
New archeological evidence has revealed more information on what happened during the Battle at the Little Bighorn. Author Nathaniel Philbrick's latest book details what we now know about how Gen. George Custer died, and why in some ways the battle marked Sitting Bull's last stand as well.10:06 a.m.
Nathaniel Philbrick: Author of the new book, "The Last Stand: Custer, Sitting Bull, and the Battle of the Little Bighorn."
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