In 2005, Baton Rouge became a haven for refugees from Hurricane Katrina. This weekend, Katrina survivors are headed north to return the favor, helping out Baton Rouge residents whose homes were hit hard in recent floods.in 2 hours
Donald Trump sought Saturday to reassert control of an immigration story line that has bedeviled his campaign in the last week, telling an Iowa audience that he would deport “criminal illegal immigrants” immediately upon being sworn into office.299in a day
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A proposed maglev train that could zip riders between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore in 15 minutes is the stuff of fantasy for intercity commuters. But the high-speed train, still at least a decade off if it ever happens, got a boost this week when Japan, home of the technology, pledged $2 million for feasibility studies.153in 21 hours
Suburban areas across the U.S. are changing quickly as towns rethink traditional single-family zoning, but some metro areas such as Dallas and Nashville, Tenn., are taking drastically different approaches.72in 3 hours