An interview with a leading academic on the subject of fair housing offers perspective on the new Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule created by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Jul 25, 2015   Salon
After being accused of being party-unfriendly, Paris and other French cities have been officially allowed to keep their dance clubs open as late as 7 a.m.
Dec 31, 2009   Salon
<p>The Mississippi and Missouri rivers were once dramatically wider, but a century of re-engineering has constricted their courses, making "flood magnification" inevitable.</p>
Jul 3, 2008   Salon
<p>A new suburbanite writes into an advice columnist for help dealing with his suburban depression.</p>
Feb 18, 2008   Salon
<p>On November 21st, Britain's "No Music Day" showed why taking a break from ubiquitous music in public spaces is a badly-needed means of reclaiming the ability to actually listen to your surroundings, writes Kevin Berger.</p>
Nov 24, 2007   Salon
<p>This post from <em>Salon</em> shows a video of a train that travels right through a market in Bangkok.</p>
Oct 19, 2007   Salon
<p>Transportation Secretary Mary Peters is taking a lot of heat from cycling advocates for citing bicycle infrastructure funding for the deteriorating state of the country's highways and bridges.</p>
Sep 15, 2007   Salon
<p>Japan's leech invasion may be an unintended consequence of successful reforestation efforts combined with rural population declines.</p>
Sep 10, 2007   Salon
<p>In this interview, Author Steven Johnson discusses his lates book about London's Cholera outbreak, urban planning, and his fascination with the popular computer game, SimCity.</p>
Nov 4, 2006   Salon
An excerpt from John McPhee's book, "The Control of Nature", shows why New Orleans has always been vulnerable to flooding.
Aug 31, 2005   Salon
"Raising Less Corn More Hell" asserts that modern farming methods actually are counter-productive to countering world hunger.
Jul 22, 2005   Salon