Eighteen years after the Exxon Valdez ran aground in Prince William Sound -- it's oil is still there.
A new, federal report shows more than 26,000 gallons of oil from the 1989 spill is still floating in the water there. It's declining by only 4% per year.
Exxon posted the largest profits ever recorded by any US company just this month.
But they won't spare any of the $39.5 billion in profits to provide any more help with the cleanup they never finished back in the 80s.