How oil ate the heart of North Dakota

Grist: Nothing completes a quiet morning drinking coffee and reading the paper like a multi-part investigative saga of pollution and the fracking boom in North Dakota, and boy howdy, did The New York Times deliver this weekend. In the two-part series, investigative reporter Deborah Sontag brings up one example after another of ways that pollution in North Dakota is on the rise. There`s the old filling station filled with illegally dumped and radioactive oil filter socks. There`s the train crash that......

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