The removal of a guerrilla-art depiction of the devil has led thousands of Vancouver residents to pledge allegiance to evil.
The 11th Street Bridge Park proposal aims to truly connect parts of the city divided by more than just a river.
Survey respondents who reported the highest satisfaction with local government services weren't inclined to support spending more on it—especially among whites.
Introducing a phone-shaped block that does nothing—except free you from smartphone shackles.
In D.C, developers and restaurateurs are now subject to the kind of disdain that punks once held for the former president. It's only partly deserved.
The inflatable spectacles of Florentijn Hofman don't belong in every harbor in the wide world.
Just about everybody thinks they'd be better off with more housing to buy than more apartments to rent, according to the State of the City poll.
The share of elderly Americans is increasing. National preparedness for their housing needs is not.
Why you shouldn't let inexperienced cyclists get under your skin.
A minimum-wage increase will be a boon to tens of thousands of workers in San Francisco, D.C., and other cities. These hikes don't stymie business—in fact, they don't go far enough to address inequality.
Houston can't quit the Eighth Wonder of the World—but it can't quite decide what to do with it, either.
A measure called "location affordability" makes major metro areas look like a bargain—and they are, for the wealthy.
Providing storage solutions for the homeless helps bring stability and dignity to their lives.
A wealthy white suburb is building barricades to seal itself off from Detroit, but the divide is about more than physical barriers.
Museum architect Bjarke Ingels is building better ideas with Legos than the company that designed them.
The House Republican wants to lead on poverty and change, but he can't lead on the changes that Ferguson needs.
The city of Ferguson should get press cameras back into the air and name badges back onto officers.
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It's time for leaders in Missouri to start flexing muscle where it can make a difference: in the political structure of St. Louis.