United States

March 26, 2004, 9am PST
Despite arguments from many critics that 9/11 was the end of the skyscraper era, many cities continue to plan tall buildings.
BBC News
March 26, 2004, 7am PST
In a tight presidential race, environmental issues could swing undecided voters.
The Christian Science Monitor
March 26, 2004, 5am PST
According to a new publication, state and local tax cuts are not the best use of public revenues, even to encourage job growth.
Economic Policy Institute
March 25, 2004, 2pm PST
Walter Hood is practicing a new approach for rejuvenating urban open spaces.
San Jose Mercury News
March 25, 2004, 12pm PST
Abandoning the town center, Britain gives in to the Big Box.
The Daily Telegraph
March 25, 2004, 11am PST
The Sierra Club's leadership faces a divisive split over immigration issues -- does immigration lead to loss of wildlife habitat and urban sprawl?
The Los Angeles Times
March 25, 2004, 8am PST
The nation is undergoing an epic change.
The Oregonian
March 25, 2004, 7am PST
Hope VI is needed to address the remaining -- and still-lived in -- mistakes of past federal housing policies.
March 25, 2004, 6am PST
April 2004 has been declared as the National Landscape Architecture by the American Society of Landscape Architects.
American Society Of Landscape Architects
March 24, 2004, 9am PST
Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge announces a $1.7 billion plan to protect trains and subways from terrorism.
March 24, 2004, 8am PST
Do you know the difference between a "boomburb" and a "zoomburb?" These and other interesting new terms are becoming part of urban planners' lexicon.
The Albuquerque Tribune
March 24, 2004, 6am PST
A database of recent campus buildings is part of the Chronicle of Higher Education's special supplement on campus architecture.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
March 23, 2004, 1pm PST
Billions of dollars in Dept. of Homeland funding is earmarked for improving security of air and sea ports but nation's railroads are neglected.
March 23, 2004, 12pm PST
The Chicago landmark makes a comeback.
The Chicago Tribune
March 23, 2004, 11am PST
How should culture be managed from the point of view of urban form?
The Town Paper
March 23, 2004, 10am PST
Herber Muschamp provides a snapshot of the career of Zaha Hadid, winner of the 2004 Pritzker Prize, architecture's top honor.
The New York Times
March 23, 2004, 8am PST
After years of expanding primarily in rural and suburban locations, the giant retailer begins to adapt to more urban locations.
The Kansas City Star
March 23, 2004, 6am PST
The Kyoto Protocol is 10 years old. What has it achieved?
Common Dreams
March 23, 2004, 5am PST
The American Institute of Architects announces 11 recipients of 2004 Housing Awards for community design, and housing.
The American Institute of Architects
March 22, 2004, 2pm PST
Baghdad-born British architect Zaha Hadid makes history by being the first woman to be awarded the prestigious 2004 Pritzker Architecture Prize.
The Washington Post