The company behind the spill has yet to uncover the faulty pipe.
The capsule splashed into the Pacific less than six hours following its station departure.
Legislation that supports the Pacific Rim trade agreement cleared the U.S. Senate.
The coastline was transformed after a ruptured pipeline leaked 105,000 gallons of oil.
EPA officials hope cleanup work will begin later this year.
Since 2009, the annual number of significant accidents on pipelines has shot up by almost 60 percent.
ExxonMobil denied that it is lobbying federal officials regarding sanctions on Iran.
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U.S. high-tech manufacturing exports in the first quarter fell by 2 percent.
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Packaging companies should increasingly lean toward green packaging.
The Senate is expected to decide today what to do with the oft-debated measure.
The index would evaluate specific health programs and broad leadership practices.
The Toyota President stressed that regaining consumer trust is an industry-wide concern.
Farmers expect to get an answer today on their offer to cut their water usage.
The company will invest $100 million to add more steel finishing capacity.
Wal-Mart's moves won praise from various groups.
The former paper mill complex will be vacant for the first time since it was founded in 1909
Proper Polymers will build the injection molding plant in Pulaski.
This jump is the biggest advance since a 1 percent rise last July.
The process of drilling and shipping natural gas produces methane, a more potent gas.
Feds won't investigate 14 farms accused of violating organic agriculture standards.
A government investigation of Jeni's found inadequate testing and cleaning.
The new facility will feature new tooling and robots and environmental enhancements.