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TALLAHASSEE — The man in charge of disaster preparedness for the state abruptly resigned Monday amid allegations from his own employees that he discriminated against female staffers, overstated department travel savings and made improper purchases with his state taxpayer-funded credit card. Ruben Almaguer, Florida's interim emergency management director since Craig Fugate left to head FEMA in May, is accused in a whistleblower complaint of allowing men but not women in his division to stay overnight at the state's logistics response center in Orlando — a move he insists he made "for the privacy ...
NEW ORLEANS — BP conceded Thursday that more oil than it estimated is gushing into the Gulf of Mexico as heavy crude washed into Louisiana’s wetlands for the first time, feeding worries and uncertainty about the massive month-long spill. Mark Proegler, a spokesman for oil giant BP PLC, said a mile-long tube inserted into a leaking pipe over the weekend is capturing 210,000 gallons a day — the total amount the company and the Coast Guard have estimated is gushing into the sea — but some is still escaping. He would not say how much. Several professors who have watched video of the leak have ... Read More
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