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D.C.’s newest museum goes underground to explore the American police system
The new National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, D.C., opened to the public in mid-October and teaches civilians what it’s like to be police officer.
Florida residents demand border wall around Habitat for Humanity housing
Habitat for Humanity announced that an upcoming affordable housing development in East Naples, Florida, will have to be built with a concrete border wall.
Amazon to split HQ2 between New York and Virginia, but can they handle it?
News of a Crystal City Amazon headquarters may have been premature; it now seems the tech giant is looking at Long Island City as well.
What did the 2018 midterms mean for East Coast architects?
Let out a sigh of relief; the 2018 midterm elections are over, and voters passed judgment up and down the Eastern Seaboard on a wave of measures.
West Coast sees big wins (and losses) in architecture and urbanism ballot initiatives
As Democratic voters retook the House of Representatives and key gubernatorial seats, a series of initiatives saw mixed results in western states.
That’s all. See you Monday.