Gulf Gusher Capped, But Worries Remain

National Public Radio: SCOTT SIMON, host: This is WEEKEND EDITION from NPR News. Im Scott Simon. The well in the Gulf of Mexico stopped spewing oil more than a day and a half ago, but officials aren't sure that they can keep it shut down. Tests of the well has given them ambiguous results. The concern is that now that the top of the well is closed off, oil could potentially cut a new path to the surface through rock and mud. NPR science correspondent Richard Harris joins us in our ......

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