Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Seymour Hersh is responsible for exposing many of the biggest stories in the 20th century, and he is still hard at work. Hersh alleged that senior officials were waging a crusade overseas, protecting Christianity from the Muslim.
Source: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Seymour Hersh
The natural gas business is booming, sometimes with deadly results. Host Bruce Gellerman sniffs out the cracks in the nearly two million miles of pipeline that run under our cities.
Source: Rampant City Gas Leaks
There are more than a third of a million miles of natural gas transmission pipelines in the U.S., and more to come. But sometimes they rupture, devastating homes and lives. Bruce Gellerman speaks with investigative blogger Frank Gallagher, editor of NaturalGasWatch.org, about the hazards of this vast system.
Source: The Explosive Growth of Natural Gas Networks
Music includes James Blundell - BACK IT UP!, Willie Nelson in Austin Texas, Terry Gangstad - The Espresso, Odetta - Chilly Winds, Harry McClintock - Big Rock Candy Mountain, Eric Weissberg - Dueling Banjos, All Along the Watch Tower, Larry Verne - Mr. Custer, John Coltrane Quartet - Acknowledgment (From A Love Supreme), Stephen Longfellow Fiske - Earth Anthem, I Ain't Afraid, Steve Earle - Copperhead Road, Martin Luther King April 1968, Vera Lynn - We'll Met Again
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