Far beneath the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, underwater cameras captured some of the most indelible news footage of 2010. After an explosion in April, millions of gallons of crude oil spewed from the wreckage of BP's Deepwater Horizon oil rig, and no one, it seemed, knew how to stop it. Less than five years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, this fresh tragedy seemed destined to destroy the region's seafood and tourism industries. Cleanup efforts began in earnest, but the ...

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