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Watch Video | Listen to the AudioSTEPHEN FEE: It was just after 2pm on December 30, 2013 when the calls began streaming in. Two trains had collided just half a mile outside Casselton, North Dakota, one loaded with grain, the other with crude oil....
Nearly a week before the fatal Philadelphia Amtrak derailment, a train carrying crude oil went off the tracks in rural North Dakota forcing the evacuation of the nearby town of Heimdal. Indeed, plenty of the 9 million barrels of oil produced each...
File photo of Hillary Clinton by Mike Segar/Reuters WASHINGTON — Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton received information on her private email server about the deadly attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi that has now...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioALISON STEWART: Adam Hayward is the sheriff of Deuel County, Nebraska, which is right by the state line with Colorado. Sheriff Hayward says his work hasn’t been the same since Colorado legalized recreational...
Photo of White House by Getty Images WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama has signed legislation that gives Congress the power to review and potentially reject a nuclear deal with Iran. It’s a central element of Obama’s foreign policy. He...
A sea lion swims in oil-contaminated water near Refugio State Beach on the Californian coast in Goleta on May 21. Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Reuters For most of the week, hundreds of clean-up workers have collected globs of black goo and scrubbed...