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An oil well just south of Watford City, North Dakota, is one of thousands drilled in recent years. The oil-rich Bakken shale formation has made North Dakota the second-largest crude-producing state behind only Texas. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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After Struggles, North Dakota Grows Into Its Ongoing Oil Boom

The U.S. recently became the world's biggest producer of crude oil. The ongoing oil boom has transformed Great Plains towns like Watford City, North Dakota.

Ionism Michael Brook
Butter the Soul Cornershop
Master of Life Khruangbin
Story of the Ink David Holmes
I Will Marry You Mean Lady
Rattlesnakes Emancipator

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, right, answers a reporters question after touring fire ravaged Paradise, Calif. with Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, center. The pair advocated more aggressive forest management policies to mitigate damage from future wildfires. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Fast-Tracking Logging On Federal Lands May Not Lessen Wildfire Risk

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Hannibal Caribou
Samurai Nomade Orquestra

An oil well just south of Watford City, North Dakota, is one of thousands drilled in recent years. The oil-rich Bakken shale formation has made North Dakota the second-largest crude-producing state behind only Texas. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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After Struggles, North Dakota Grows Into Its Ongoing Oil Boom

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Cotton in the Kitchen James Cotton

Troops set up concertina wire as a Customs and Border Protection agent stands guard on the U.S. side of the border with Mexico, on Thanksgiving Day. Rodrigo Abd/AP hide caption

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Trump Is Expected To Extend U.S. Troops' Deployment To Mexico Border Into January

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Dia Santo Jam Da Silva
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When You Love Somebody Fruit Bats
Kisarazu Zinku Toshiko Akiyoshi

Researchers zeroed in on the ages of kids when they enrolled in kindergarten to investigate discrepancies in ADHD diagnoses. Westend61/Getty Images hide caption

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Youngest Children In A Class Are Most Likely To Get ADHD Diagnosis

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Debate Exposes Doubt Death Cab for Cutie

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday on whether a state has to adhere to the Eighth Amendment's excessive fines clause. That could have consequences for civil forfeiture in crimes. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Appears Ready To Make It Harder For States To Confiscate Property

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