A case is made that Gov. Rick Snyder's handling of the lead-tainted water in Flint, Michigan is analogous to former President George W. Bush's bungling of the crisis resulting after Hurricane Katrina touched-down on the Gulf coast in August 2005.
Jan 14, 2016   MSNBC
<p>In the oil rich Middle East, a new twin tower development is utilizing wind turbines installed between the buildings to generate up to 15 percent of the structure's energy needs.</p>
Apr 10, 2008   MSNBC
<p>A team of researchers has shown that in urban landscapes -- such as in the cracks of sidewalks -- plant species must evolve their reproduction habits to stay alive.</p>
Mar 8, 2008   MSNBC
<p>Getting to the airport is oftentimes a headache. But in these 10 American cities, easy transit access makes the trip before your trip a breeze.</p>
Sep 10, 2007   MSNBC
<p>State and local officials are angered over being left out of disaster planning measures, after the Bush Administration adopted a unilateral approach that concentrates planning authority in the White House.</p>
Aug 9, 2007   MSNBC
<p>New York and San Francisco are the American cities to make the list, compiled by the editors of Travel + Leisure magazine. Florence, Italy tops this year's list.</p>
Jul 21, 2007   MSNBC
<p>Houses built from used shipping containers are an increasing popular affordable housing option.</p>
May 4, 2007   MSNBC
<p>Investors are lining up to bid on American's transportation infrastructure, with many public sector managers happy to solve their budget woes.</p>
Apr 30, 2007   MSNBC
<p>Congressional investigators calculate the insurance risk of crop damage and flooding due to climate change.</p>
Apr 23, 2007   MSNBC
<p>High-tech garages and online applications promise to help ease motorists' parking frustrations.</p>
Jan 18, 2007   MSNBC
<p>While they flourish in Asia, huge shopping malls are losing their popularity in the U.S. to big box retailers. One way developers are reacting is by recreating the formerly all-commercial shopping experience to include a mix of uses.</p>
Jan 15, 2007   MSNBC