Scrutiny over corruption and public health may be the best thing to come out of the city hosting the Summer Olympics.
What started as a protest over campus-carry gun laws at the University of Texas at Austin has exploded into a college culture war.
CrimeRadar is the world’s first publicly available crime-forecasting tool based on open-access data. But will it work?
It might save money, but it would cost the world dearly in other ways.
Authorities are investigating inconsistencies in the swimmer’s report about being mugged at gunpoint—a story that would confirm the worst impressions about life in Rio.
The Democratic VP nominee shares his campaign’s plans to make housing more accessible and affordable to the full economic spectrum of Americans.
A 19-year-old scaled NYC’s Trump Tower Wednesday. The outlaw grandfathers of “buildering” would not be impressed.
The source of the problem? Brazil was unprepared to host the Olympic Games.
Perhaps Brazilian security was never prepared for the Olympics, but the decision to ditch strict procedures puts the games at risk.
More hired drivers should mean fewer drunk drivers. But a new study proves conventional wisdom wrong.
It’s not the U.S.
The game broke the Internet, but not everywhere equally.
The Olympics were supposed to elevate the health of Rio de Janeiro. Instead, the risk of Zika makes proceeding with the games “negligent in the extreme.”
A New York state representative wants to pass a “Blue Lives Matter” law that would make police officers a protected class.
Pennsylvania’s capital city is still digging out from a deal that broke it financially—a calamity that mirrors the way Trump built his own empire.
When everything that can go wrong looks like it actually will, how much of a future can the Olympics have?
It’s not possible to say that Gray found justice. But Baltimore would be worse off had the state not even sought any.
The lack of affordable housing in the U.S. should be a top priority for any incoming administration. Where’s the discussion?