Houston owes its police, fire, and city workers about $7.8 billion, and it doesn’t exactly have the cash on hand. Their hard-fought solution could serve as a model for the rest of Texas, and the nation.
In the video game ‘Super Mario Odyssey,’ he’s ready to leap around the Big Mushroom.
During a brief and jocular confirmation hearing, the retired neurosurgeon gave few answers that suggested he believes in a strong, affirmative role for the department he’s been selected to lead.
From the mule-drawn trolley of the 19th century to the rails ripped out by Mexico in the 1970s, tales of the El Paso–Ciudad Juárez streetcar still echo today.
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is taking on the state government over a “super preemption law” he calls a threat to democracy.
The Facebook founder wants to get out and see more of America in 2017. He should think more carefully about his own back yard.
The founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture talks about what comes next for a museum drawing historic crowds to Washington, D.C.
The secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development discusses the future of fair and affordable housing as he prepares to leave his post.
A new regional revolving loan fund will support affordable homes close to bus or rail corridors throughout the Puget Sound area.
Why can't architecture manage to identify living women and architects of color for their most prestigious award?
He has no housing experience and has said he’s not up to the job. President-elect Trump could do a lot better.
D.C. punks are reviving an ‘80s-era protest message to signal their dislike of the president-elect.
An exhibit at the Maryland Institute College of Art explores the imagery surrounding Freddie Gray’s death by looking for context in the chaos that followed.
Veteran homelessness in particular could soon be a thing of the past, unless the Trump administration and Republican Congress reverse course.
A message from the American Institute of Architects congratulating the president-elect stands accused of attempting to normalize his presidency.
“Emotive lighting” for infrastructure is the big new thing. Is there a way to embrace LED spectacles without being tacky about it?
The President-elect’s next steps on federal housing policy will have a profound effect on rural America and the inner city alike.
No U.S. state requires voters to prove that they have a traditional residence, but Americans experiencing homelessness still struggle to cast a ballot.