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People in Oklahoma are praying for the oil fields today

Gov. Mary Fallin plans to heal Oklahoma slumping oil industry through the power of prayer.

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America's Addiction to Fossil Fuels Is Officially Causing Earthquakes

There's a dangerous result of fracking no one's talking about.
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There's a Big Problem Threatening Beer Lovers Everywhere

And it isn't that there's no Happy Hour on weekends.
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Fracking City USA Just Rebuked the Practice in a Huge Way

Fracking just got fracked.
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Groundbreaking Research Reveals the Alarming Consequences of Fracking

So much for a "solution to climate change"
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The Dirty Aftermath Of Colorado's Biblical Floods

Aside from water damage, Colorado's flood victims have found themselves at the center of a water pollution crisis.

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Fracking is Not to Blame For Texas Water Shortages

Yes, fracking uses large amounts of water, but far more water is wasted through poor agricultural practices and low-density urban development.
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"Frackademia" Strikes Again at USC with "Powering California" Study Release

A new report says we could be witnessing the second-coming of a "gold rush" when it comes to fracking.
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Fracking is Safe and Creates Jobs, But Don't Try Telling That to New York State

New York state's natural gas opponents are working against the wishes of their constituents and keeping jobs out of New York as Pennsylvania sees an energy boom.
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A New Report on Fracking Can Change the Debate On US Energy Practices

A new report from the UK indicates that hydrofracking can be done safely. But with American firms failing to follow best practices for the industry, will this change the debate in the U.S.?
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Andrew Cuomo Fracking Policy Hammered in New Film, ALEC Fights Back

Andrew Cuomo's plan to open economically distressed parts of the state to hydraulic fracturing has come under fire. But he is now getting conservative help.

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Hydrofracking Fact and Fiction: What You Need to Know About the Controversial Practice

Hydrofracking is driving a resurgence in domestically-produced fossil fuels. But is the controversial technique too dangerous to use, or can it's environmental impacts be mitigated?
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The Fracking Frenzy's Impact on Women

Chemicals used in fracking have been linked to breast cancer and reproductive health problems, and there have been reports of rises in crimes against women in some fracking "boom" towns.