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June 24th, 2010
09:45 PM ET

Saving the Dolphins: Join the Live Chat

Tonight on 360°, a charter boat captain helping in the Gulf oil clean up effort dies of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. We'll look at his life and death and the concerns for other fishermen. Plus, a look at what's being done to help save the dolphins and other marine mammals living in the Gulf.

Scroll down to join the live chat during the program. It's your chance to share your thoughts on tonight's headlines. Keep in mind, you have a better chance of having your comment get past our moderators if you follow our rules.

Here are some of them:

1) Keep it short (we don't have time to read a "book")
2) Don't write in ALL CAPS (there's no need to yell)
3) Use your real name (first name only is fine)
4) No links
5) Watch your language (keep it G-rated; PG at worst - and that includes $#&*)


Filed under: Live Blog
June 24th, 2010
05:10 PM ET

Gulf Coast beaches update

CNN

The oil spill on the Gulf Coast has states and visitors bureaus working hard to keep the public updated and reassure beach-bound travelers.

Here are some of the latest updates from destinations affected by the oil disaster:

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Filed under: Gulf Oil Spill
June 24th, 2010
05:00 PM ET

Gulf oil spill: How you can help

CNN Wire Staff

Conservation groups say birds, now in the prime breeding season, are especially at risk.

Conservation groups say birds, now in the prime breeding season, are especially at risk.

Efforts to minimize the damage from the huge oil spill from a rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico are under way, but wildlife conservation groups say the oil could pose a disaster for Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida coastal areas.

How can you help? A number of organizations are recruiting volunteers.

The Audubon Society, which is affiliated with the Louisiana Coastal Initiative, is making its Center for Birds of Prey in Florida available for bird cleansing and rehabilitation and is seeking volunteers. Elsewhere, Audubon said it was gearing up to mobilize volunteers and provide assistance as the oil reaches land in Louisiana and elsewhere. Find a local office

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Filed under: Gulf Oil Spill • Impact Your World
June 24th, 2010
04:49 PM ET

Video: Tony Hayward on the hot seat

Randi Kaye | BIO
AC360° Correspondent


Filed under: Gulf Oil Spill • Randi Kaye
June 24th, 2010
04:31 PM ET

Video: 'We're about to lose everything'

Gary Tuchman | BIO
AC360° Correspondent


Filed under: Gary Tuchman • Gulf Oil Spill
June 24th, 2010
04:15 PM ET

Beat 360° 6/24/10

Ready for today's Beat 360°? Everyday we post a picture you provide the caption and our staff will join in too. Tune in tonight at 10pm to see if you are our favorite! Here is the 'Beat 360°' pic:

US President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev eat burgers during a lunch at Ray's Hell Burger June 24, 2010 in Arlington, Virginia. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Have fun with it. We're looking forward to your captions! Make sure to include your name, city, state (or country) so we can post your comment.

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Filed under: Beat 360° • T1
June 24th, 2010
03:47 PM ET

Video: Saving the Gulf's turtles

Rob Marciano
CNN Meteorologist


Filed under: Gulf Oil Spill • Rob Marciano
June 24th, 2010
02:12 PM ET

Video: Track the oil spill

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

AC360° created this animation to show how the oil spill has spread through the Gulf. These maps are all based on photographs taken by the NOAA from helicopters over the Gulf of Mexico. It shows how the oil has moved and shifted along with the currents and the winds in the Gulf from May 20th- June 14th.

That map is different from most of the maps we have seen which shows a predicted path for the oil in the Gulf. You can find the NOAA's maps and predictions below:


Filed under: 360° Radar • Gulf Oil Spill
June 24th, 2010
01:46 PM ET
June 24th, 2010
12:11 PM ET

What secrets (if any) are hidden in Elena Kagan's Inbox?

David Gewirtz | BIO
AC360° Contributor
Director, U.S. Strategic Perspective Institute

U.S. Supreme Court nominee and Solicitor General Elena Kagan meets with senators on May 12.

U.S. Supreme Court nominee and Solicitor General Elena Kagan meets with senators on May 12.

One of the main indicators that a person is capable of postformal thought is the ability to hold two completely dissimilar thoughts in mind at the same time. And so it is that the subject I’m about to discuss is both cool on an epic scale at the very same time it’s really, really boring.

Here’s the exciting part. Imagine you could go back to the Clinton era (I know, some of you are already crying), and view White House emails right in an email client, just like it might have felt to send and receive them in the White House.

How cool is that? Remember, Clinton was in office just as the Internet was getting started, so many of our current email systems didn’t even exist back then. This was a time before the Bush administration’s whole missing email debacle, and waaay before systems like Gmail were even a twinkle in Google’s eye (Google, of course, didn’t exist then, either).

So let’s travel back in time to the 1990s

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Follow David on Twitter at @DavidGewirtz.

Editor’s note: David Gewirtz is Director of the U.S. Strategic Perspective Institute and Editor-in-Chief of the ZATZ magazines. He is one of America's foremost cyber-security experts and a top expert on saving and creating jobs. He is a member of FBI InfraGard, the Cyberterrorism Advisor for the International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals, a columnist for The Journal of Counterterrorism and Homeland Security, and has been a guest commentator for the Nieman Watchdog of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. He is a faculty member at the University of California, Berkeley extension, a recipient of the Sigma Xi Research Award in Engineering and was a candidate for the 2008 Pulitzer Prize in Letters.


Filed under: David Gewirtz • Opinion
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