Would you swim in the Potomac River?
The Potomac River is cleaner now than it has been in decades, thanks largely to upgrades at Washington's sewage plant - and the proof is on the river bottom, where thickets of underwater grass are replacing mud and murk, according to a new scientific study. Read the full article.
September 8, 2010; 7:21 AM ET
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