As Congress debates D.C.’s building-height restrictions, we asked four illustrators to imagine what the city would be like if developers could build right up into the clouds.
Investors in the Northeast Maglev (TNEM), an American company with funding from a Japanese government bank, say that a superconducting magnetic levitation train is the future of transportation between Washington, D.C. and New York City. If successful, the Northeast Maglev would carry passengers one way in 60 minutes, and from Baltimore to D.C. in 15 minutes. (Magnets! How do they work?)
Reddit’s ”/findnavyyardshooters" subreddit, which was deleted shortly after its creation, mocked online vigilantism.
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