Version 2.0 of the Boston 2024 bid frames the Olympic Games the right way: as a means to an end in building housing and transit.
From 1990 to 2010, wealth has accumulated in ever-richer neighborhoods, thanks in part to exclusionary housing practices.
Remember Arkanoid? It’s back—to illustrate a real-life architecture crisis.
The surprising 5-4 decision affirms the original intent of the 50-year-old Fair Housing Act: that implicit discrimination is as destructive as explicit discrimination.
The latest State of the Nation’s Housing report reveals some troubling trends for buyers.
The NAACP’s longtime boycott of the state over its contentious Confederate flag has cost cities like Columbia and Charleston at least $10 million.
The American Dream trajectory of renting while young and owning a home later doesn’t quite apply in NYC.
Short of removing existing Confederate symbols, maybe we could stop building new ones?
An open letter reads: “To the sensationalists, liars and race-baiters—we are done with you.”
A new report reveals that zero counties in the U.S. have enough housing for families in extreme poverty.
The court will soon settle a question about housing discrimination that has been with us since the ‘68 riots and white flight.
A white man opened fire Wednesday evening inside the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, killing nine.
The administration has moved to ban trans fats. Single-use bags should be next.
With departments facing scrutiny across the nation, police unions are lashing out at the cities they serve.
Only a few U.S. cities can sustain tragic-yet-frequent dinosaur outbreaks.
Eight pairs of surveyors are covering every street in the city to determine exactly how many homes are vacant.
Bird flu is hitting U.S. industrial egg production hard, driving up costs for businesses and consumers.
Predatory (yet perfectly legal) tax-lien sales were perfected in the city in the 1970s. The crisis continues today.
Thirty years of free property taxes for landlords might do it.