Regulators face questions as residents deal with drinking water with a licorice-like chemical smell
Up to 300,000 people are without tap water after a chemical spill prompted Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to declare a state of emergency.
Nearly a decade into a drilling boom, a lack of pipelines has left some areas vulnerable to shortages this year and potentially for years to come.
Humanity’s meat market has more than quadrupled since 1961.
Millions of American homeowners now find themselves living within a mile of drilling activity that they say is deflating the value of their homes, making it hard for them to move.