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Nearly one month after the chemical spill in West Virginia, many residents are still complaining of licorice-smelling water, and a handful of schools remain closed. Is the water safe to drink? CNN Investigations' Drew Griffin reports.
Republicans are building fake Democratic Congressional candidate websites to spread the GOP's message and get unknowing donors to send them money. CNN's Drew Griffin investigates.
As a federal grand jury begins conducting a criminal investigation into West Virginia's toxic chemical spill, CNN conducted a new test to determine the chemical levels in the water. CNN Investigations' Drew Griffin reports.
Watch Drew Griffin's full report on the Utah project above.
Syria has been given a year to eliminate its chemical weapons arsenal, or face the threat of a U.S. military strike. Yet it may come as a surprise that the United States has still not destroyed all of its massive supply of deadly nerve agents.
In fact, neither has Russia. Both Washington and Moscow signed the Chemical Weapons Convention of the 1990s, which forbid the use, production and stockpiling of chemical weapons.FULL STORY