The 2007 documentary Brick by Brick: A Civil Rights Story chronicles ghastly segregation in Yonkers public schools just before the events in David Simon’s series unfold.
With a planned “cultural campus,” New Orleans’s famed costumed tribes hope to take back their image.
David Simon’s HBO mini-series shows how disparate impact can be just as destructive as explicit racism.
Like affordable housing, it's way out of reach for most residents.
Young adults aren’t driving the growth in American households, and it’s not just because they’re still living with their parents.
There’s only one worth keeping, and it’s not even in the contest.
Pilgrims will be able to follow the papal leader’s upcoming visit to Philadelphia (and plan their own) using an app developed by IBM.
David Simon’s HBO miniseries, premiering Sunday, looks back at a specific time and place. But the same issues are boiling over today.
The city is falling behind the county, state, and nation in terms of the recovery.
Behold Sky Ladder, a pyrotechnic artwork by artist Cai Guo-Qiang, as it rises 1,650 feet into the air.
Kiwis face an important decision in two upcoming referendums.
On the one-year anniversary of the Michael Brown shooting, officers critically wounded another black man.
The city is taking the opportunity to make changes large and small.
Even Cleveland, where he will star in tonight’s Republican Party presidential debate.
A 300-mile wall to exile Burners from the Bay Area is perhaps an idea whose time has come.
A downtown tower could rise more than 1,000 feet, potentially twice as high as the next tallest building in Brooklyn.
Preservationists think D.C.'s first national World War I memorial should be restored before another is added.
But the City Council has voted not to regulate commercial barbecue emissions—for now.
But it may just be the only realistic one.