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While a judge must approve the historic $18.7 billion settlement reached July 2, the United States and the five Gulf States of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas have agreed to the settlement, along with BP.
Jul 6, 2015   USA Today
Quirky, artistic bike racks are cropping up in cities around the country--a trend that benefits more than just cyclists.
Nov 5, 2008   USA Today
By planting in under-utilized backyards, farmer Trevor Paque has brought small-scale farming to more than 50 homes across San Francisco -- a decentralized farm expected to feed more than 150 families come spring.
Nov 4, 2008   USA Today
As land continues to disappear along the Gulf Coast and hurricane damages increase, many are beginning to reconsider whether to rebuild or retreat.
Oct 12, 2008   USA Today
The economic crisis is the latest hindrance to stall rebuilding efforts in New Orleans. From issues of boosting homeownership to restoring tourism, the Big Easy's road to recovery is looking bumpier than ever.
Oct 9, 2008   USA Today
Chicago preservationists are urging owners of the last of the city's neon signs to keep them intact.
Oct 8, 2008   USA Today
Washington State is telling local governments that they need to ban carwashing in driveways, where runoff goes into storm drains and pollutes groundwater.
Sep 30, 2008   USA Today
Public plazas have been cropping up along Broadway and Madison Square in New York, occupying spaces that were once traffic lanes.
Sep 25, 2008   USA Today
When big boxes go under, they leave big holes. Communities across America are coming up with some creative ways to reuse the huge spaces left behind when big box retailers move out.
Aug 27, 2008   USA Today
Colleges across the country are trying new incentive programs to get students to leave their cars behind when school starts.
Aug 11, 2008   USA Today
A new census of Muslim congregations is reviving controversies over how many Muslims are in the U.S., how they are counted and why it matters.
Aug 11, 2008   USA Today