Welcome to your demographic future, Charlotte, North Carolina.
More kids live in food-insecure homes in Los Angeles than anywhere else in the United States.
Researchers are using GPS devices to better understand where and how we get our food.
A young idea gets a little bit older – and gets some critics.
How real estate and rental agents find ever-more subtle ways to keep a neighborhood white.
By 2031, one in five people living in America will be older than 65. But virtually none of our cities or suburbs were built with them in mind.
An amazing look back at an applicant's correspondence with the Graduate School of Design.
Of course, these people know how to map their own mapping exploits.
Breaking down the country by income, inequality, poverty and education.
America's collection of museums and libraries is actually super impressive when you look at it on a map.
GDP and patents in cities usually grow at a faster rate than population. But why?
Maybe Congress does control the weather?
Clocking the metric that matters most to many commuters.
Many of them in urban areas.
New data from the Trust for Public Land illuminates which neighborhoods offer excellent green space access ... and which really don't.
Two national magazines take on dissecting the city in the same week. Who wrote it best?
Niche grocery stores allow us to avoid interacting with people who are different from ourselves.
Researchers are looking for evidence of the environmental stress that comes from urbanization, and they need our help.
The average single-family house built in 2012 was 2,505 square feet in size, just shy of the all-time high.