The Untold Legal Drama Of Coyote v. Acme

Back in 1990, in an awesome piece for The New Yorker, author Ian Frazier told the—shall we say—little-known story of Wile E. Coyote's endless legal battles with the Acme Company. Now, the tale of Coyote's legal tribulations, suing Acme for grievous personal injury and catastrophic product malfunction, has been … » 1/12/14 2:00pm 1/12/14 2:00pm

NYC's Effort to Rebuild Its Beaches in Just Five Months

The most expensive and complex effort to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy didn’t concern floodgates, transit, or even buildings. It concerned the beach: 14 miles of gritty—and beautiful—shoreline that are reopening after only nine months. Last week, the city’s Commissioner of the Department of Design and Construction… » 6/07/13 3:20pm 6/07/13 3:20pm