WATFORD CITY, North Dakota - As fracking expands in North Dakota's Bakken oil shale fields, so has the fight over who has the right to tap into the multimillion-dollar market to supply water to the energy sector. Full Article
BAGHDAD - At least 43 people were killed in car bomb explosions targeting Shi'ite Muslims in the Iraqi capital and the southern oil hub of Basra on Monday, police and medics said. | Video
LOS ANGELES - The plan was that every Californian would have access to a hydrogen fueling station by the end of 2010. Today, California has just nine hydrogen stations open for the public, and only about 200 fuel cell cars that can use them. Full Article
May 20 - More than 30 people are killed in a series of bomb blasts in the Iraqi capital Baghdad and the mainly Shi'ite southern oil hub of Basra. Sunita Rappai reports.
Britain has been playing a defensive game in response to the barrage of misguided financial rules from Brussels. It now needs to sell the City as part of the solution to Europe's problems. The opportunity is huge. It could even help keep Britain in the EU. Commentary
Europe’s economic turmoil is dragging the world economy down. Despite this destructive display of unnecessary masochism, many Americans still demand that the U.S. sequester be allowed to continue slashing at public spending. Commentary
Massive, open, online classes are transforming higher education and saving students money. So why are so many administrators and professors scared? Because tech is about to disrupt their industry like it's changed so many others. Commentary
It wasn't the substance of the AP story that exasperated the government, but that the AP found a source or sources that spilled information about an ongoing intelligence operation and that even grander leaks might surge into the press corps’ rain barrels. Commentary