Congress has a chance this week to provide a strong boost for America's badly deteriorating infrastructure, but only if a promising solution worked out in the U.S. Senate prevails over a short-sighted fix passed by the House earlier this summer.
Gov. Scott Walker confirmed July 13 what some have been wondering for a year and what many expected him to do after seeing his travels this year: He's seeking the Republican nomination for president in the 2016 election.
In what will be a remarkable demonstration of the capabilities of additive manufacturing for construction purposes, developers in the Netherlands plan to use robotic 3D printing devices to build a steel bridge in its entirety over an historic canal in Amsterdam: http://bit.ly/1IpaxOa
Sadly, the debate on a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks is being muddled by a lot of bad apples-and-oranges comparisons and arguments that have nothing to do with the financial wellbeing of the state.
Edith Macefield’s tiny house in the old waterfront neighborhood of Ballard, Wash. — likened by many people to the house in the Disney movie “Up,” in spirit and architecture — will have to be torn down or hauled away, its owner said Monday: http://nyti.ms/1FO72ci