Philly may take a chance on building a type of cycling arena that was immensely popular at the turn of the century, then all but abandoned.
That's not what happened in Oakland Wednesday, when an outed officer drew his gun on demonstrators and press.
In two cities, police have treated #BlackLivesMatter protesters as citizens to be protected, not threats to be confronted. We should demand the same all over.
States are not politically nimble enough to secure identity rights for some of their most vulnerable populations. Cities can do better.
Better luck next time, Dark Lord of Mordor. And cagey Russian artists.
Football as Football re-imagines (American) football team logos as (European) football team logos. It's a huge improvement.
The past weeks have seen the largest number of Americans taking to the streets since the Occupy and Iraq War protests. But what really sets these ongoing actions apart is that they are in so many cities—and spread out across them.
A new Manhattan development is geared towards rich, "creative" people who want all the glamor of the wretched 19th century, but also really nice hardwood floors.
A giant Bass Pro Shops outlet is set to move into the infamous landmark. But the city could be on the hook for millions if the deal falls apart.
These are the crucial policy debates every U.S. law enforcement agency needs to be having, right now.
Finns are right to ask whether Helsinki needs the Guggenheim as much as the Guggenheim needs the harbor city.
Premium airport "pre-screening" doesn't make the rest of the line move any faster, and chips away at a chance at real security reform.
A second night of demonstrations following the Ferguson grand jury decision looks a bit like a nationwide effort to stall traffic.
As the smoke (and tear gas) clears, the next legal steps for the Ferguson community may take place at the federal level.
The grand jury's decision on Monday means Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson will not face criminal charges in the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
With his death early this morning, the District is mourning a complicated man.
Due to an enduring credit crunch, house-flipping has reached its lowest level in 5 years—but the practice is more profitable than ever.
As in, what happens if there is no near-term solution to San Francisco's housing crisis?
Building over-water park infrastructure is one approach for dense cities. But are these parks a flashy design fad or a real urban solution?