As pipelines stall out west, oil flows through Wisconsin

Jan 15, 2017, 07:26 PM

As pipeline protests have raged out West for the last decade, ever-growing volumes of North American oil have been discreetly flowing through the far more populous Great Lakes region, under its forests, rivers, ponds, wetlands, cities and towns and even, in one extreme case, across the bottom of the Great Lakes themselves. Great Lakes reporter Dan Egan joins Behind the Headlines with his investigation into the oil the flows through Wisconsin.

We'll also hear from Washington bureau chief Craig Gilbert on president-elect Donald Trump's press conference following the leak of an explosive but unverified dossier.