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Redlining has been around for a long time, but across the country, local, state, and federal agencies are filing complaints against banks and other corporations for creative and subtle new forms of discrimination.
43 min ago   CityLab
The self-driving future is coming sooner than you might have expected—to a suburban office park in California's Bay Area.
15 hours ago   San Jose Mercury News - Silicon Beat
What will it take for the electric car to become practical and economically feasible for the masses?
16 hours ago   Fast Company
Recent controversies over high-priced restaurants and cafes in formerly working class neighborhoods reveal the deep connections between food and cultural identity.
17 hours ago   Pacific Standard
An exhibit at the National Building Museum showcases the work of teens in city planning and design. It's just one recent example of innovative programs to get youth involved in the process of engaging with their communities.
18 hours ago   Greater Greater Washington
An intermodal transit station could be coming to the Cleveland lakefront, in an effort to connect a downtown and a lakefront severed by multiple rail lines.
19 hours ago   Cleveland Plain Dealer
The state of South Carolina is struggling to deal with a catastrophic sign that all of the warnings about the state of the nation's dams and bridges have gone unheeded for too long.
20 hours ago   CNN
A list of cities with the highest percentage of homebuyers described by the category of Millennial is conspicuously absent of expensive, coastal cities.
21 hours ago   Bloomberg Business
On Sept. 30, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved the final environmental impact statement for a contentious $7.5 billion Liquefied Natural Gas export facility, pipeline, and power plant in Coos Bay, Ore. More approvals are still needed.
22 hours ago   Portland Business Journal
What's keeping the historic parts of your city or town from staying up-to-date and well-loved? Usually, the laws.
23 hours ago   PlaceShakers
According to one Dallas suburbanite, the American lawn is a "decadent and unsustainable totem[s] of middle-class prosperity."
Yesterday   Dallas Observer