For more perspective on infrastructure spending, Judy Woodruff turns to two mayors who were at the White House Monday afternoon and are on the front lines of the new infrastructure law: Nan Whaley is a Democrat serving Dayton, Ohio, and…
As the deadly storm moved from the Gulf Coast through the Northeast — killing over 65 people from Louisiana to Connecticut — members of Congress said the storm offered irrefutable evidence that the nation's power lines, roads, bridges and other…
By Hope Yen, Matthew Daly, Associated Press
President Joe Biden has proposed spending $45 billion to replace every lead water pipe and service line in the nation. A public health expert explains why he sees this as a worthwhile investment.
By Gabriel Filippelli, The Conversation
Hints of bipartisanship emerged between congressional Democrats and the White House Tuesday as the two sides announced a $2 trillion general agreement to renew aging U.S. infrastructure. The apparent progress came despite a standoff over investigations related to the Mueller…
By PBS NewsHour
The Great Lakes are an indispensable source of drinking water for more than 48 million people in the U.S. and Canada. But in six large cities on the shorelines, residents are facing a cost crisis. WBEZ reporter Maria Ines Zamudio…
By Joshua Barajas, Laura Santhanam, Iman Smith, Erica R. Hendry
Take a break from the news cycle with these overlooked but important stories that are getting lost in the shuffle.
By Michael D. Regan and Ken Thomas and Josh Boak, Associated Press
President Donald Trump is launching a major push for a $1 trillion overhaul of the nation's roads and bridges, a key item on his agenda that's been stymied in Congress and overshadowed by White House controversies.
By John Upton, Climate Central
New Jersey's working class have been left behind, as federal funds for Hurricane Sandy recovery and flooding problems have gone to wealthier neighbors.
By PBS NewsHour
The nation's infrastructure received an overall grade of D-plus in a report card published this week by the American Civil Society of Engineers, the same poor grade it issued in 2013. With 16 categories graded, bridges, roads and dams were…
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