Ted Prince

The United States faces serious challenges to its infrastructure, and has for years.

More from Ted Prince

The dog days of summer provided no respite from the pre-convention point-counterpoint between the Obama and Romney camps.
With a single brief announcement on July 3, Rolf-Dieter Heuer marked the end of years of trials and tribulations.
In the current season of the AMC hit series “Mad Men,” protagonist Don Draper heads to a Rolling Stones concert in an attempt to use one of their songs in a commercial.
Recent comments by Rep. Allen West, R-Fla., are being compared to the rants of Sen. Joe McCarthy. President Truman’s Secretary of State Dean Acheson was a frequent target of McCarthy.
Feb. 20 marked the 50th anniversary of John Glenn’s launch into space and the three orbits he took around earth aboard Friendship 7.
Republicans are hoping the bankruptcy of solar panel manufacturer Solyndra will create a Watergate-like scandal for Democrats.
Washington Post columnist George Will, perhaps bored by the Republican Party’s combative South Carolina primary, recently injected himself into the U.S.
Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood frequently voices the Obama administration’s opposition to raising fuel taxes, and instead indicates a preference for tolls or public-private-partnerships
Steve Jobs’ untimely death, as well as the just-released best-seller biography of this genius, has triggered intense national focus on the Apple co-founder and his groundbreaking methods.
Living in Virginia, the biggest sports news I read often revolves around the Atlantic Coast Conference.