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March 4, 2011, 11am PST
No matter what alternatives it can think of, the Obama Administration remains baffled why most Americans are still attached to their cars, says Fred Barnes.
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September 8, 2006, 9am PDT
Spurred by a desire to increase a wealthy New York village's worth and appeal, a string of politicians spent over 10 years trying to use the power of eminent domain to acquire a private golf course and make it public. Despite Kelo, the push failed.
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February 7, 2006, 8am PST
An eminent domain story from the New Jersey coast illustrates the complexity of the controversial issue.
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October 10, 2005, 10am PDT
The Seattle Monorail was supposed to represent the future of transportation. Now the monorail proposal is "a smoldering wreck." What happened?
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October 31, 2003, 9am PST
Fifteen years of the Endangered Species Act has caused a species disaster in California's fires.
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March 14, 2003, 7am PST
Across the nation, rail transit systems are are losing riders money. So why do city governments keep building them?
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October 29, 2002, 7am PST
San Francisco is simply 'The City,'... while Anaheim is "the backdrop for Disneyland, and the center of America's new suburban experiment.
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September 26, 2002, 8am PDT
There's no sense in dividing America along urban-suburban-rural lines. We need to look at regions.
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August 8, 2002, 7am PDT
Where the hip suburbanites can be found. Details the exploits of "Patio Man" in "Sprinkler City", with his "Realtor Wife" and designer kids.
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June 30, 2002, 6am PDT
England's anti-modernist crusade seems to have taken hold: The Village of Pondbury is the new model for environmentally sensible town planning.
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