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December 14, 2002, 9am PST
The Bush administration increased fuel efficiency standards for SUVs. Environmentalists say its too little, to0 late.
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December 11, 2002, 11am PST
The third in a series of four articles that tell the stories of how immigrants are changing the face of the Old South.
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December 10, 2002, 9am PST
Several criminologists say a new report by a private publishing company that ranks cities is flawed.
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December 9, 2002, 1pm PST
The second in a series of four articles that tell the stories of immigrants who are changing the face of the Old South.
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December 9, 2002, 12pm PST
A "new pluralism" is sweeping the Old South and Atlanta is leading the way. Some call it a "mini-Los Angeles in the making."
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December 8, 2002, 5am PST
A rural community fights a big power plant and wins.
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December 6, 2002, 6am PST
Homeland Security prefers having its new and future-permanent office space in a suburban office park with a "securable perimeter."
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December 5, 2002, 4am PST
An interview with Edward J. Feiner, the chief architect for the General Services Administration. He oversees the design of more real estate than any private company in the nation.
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December 2, 2002, 9am PST
George F. Will discusses the reasoning behind the "What Would Jesus Drive?" campaign.
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November 28, 2002, 8am PST
Proposed regulations could open up public lands for drilling and logging.
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November 26, 2002, 2pm PST
President Bush signed a terrorism insurance law that could provide relief to the real estate industry and jumpstart construction projects held up since last year's terrorist attacks.
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November 22, 2002, 12pm PST
A development project in Clarksburg, MD, looks different from traditional subdivisions.
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November 20, 2002, 12am PST
An oil tanker sank off the coast of Spain. The resulting oil spill could be twice the size of the Exxon Valdez disaster.
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November 19, 2002, 12pm PST
Karen Fuller convinces the Trust for Public Land to purchase historic farm, so family won't sell out to developers.
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November 19, 2002, 8am PST
As home prices in the D.C. area rise, a few lessons from Silicon Valley may apply.
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November 16, 2002, 7am PST
Home buyers are demanding mobility and convenience, so developers are building luxury subdivisions next to major highway interchanges.
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November 15, 2002, 7am PST
A hard-hitting television campaign being developed takes aim at gas-guzzling sport-utility vehicles and says that driving an SUV helps support terrorism.
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November 14, 2002, 9am PST
A campaign launched on radio stations and cable television asks Christians to abandon SUVs and drive fuel-efficient cars.
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November 12, 2002, 8am PST
The Peidmont Environmental Council faces its biggest challenge: curbing growth in "developer-friendly" Virginia.
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November 11, 2002, 6am PST
With the failure of an effort to pass a transportation tax, Virginia is looking for less expensive solutions.
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