Infrastructure & Environment

In Flint's Aftermath, Water Will Run by New Rules

The water crisis in Michigan highlighted major problems with not just federal regulations but the way localities enforce them. That's all likely to change soon.

Big Transit Plans Go Before Voters in November

The proposals could reshape several large U.S. cities for decades to come -- if they pass.

Whose Park Is It Anyway?

America's largest state park is a battleground between conservation activists and small towns desperate for development.

From Worst to First: Can Hawaii Eliminate Fossil Fuels?

The state is working toward becoming the first to get 100 percent of its energy from renewable sources. Getting there won’t be easy.

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