A 10 percent pay bump leads to a 5 percent drop in smoking rates among men, a new study finds.
Less water means a little more sugar in your fruit bowl.
You don’t need a hurricane to have a catastrophic flood.
But that doesn’t mean Congress should throw out healthier eating standards.
Jaded haters of the Burn, this innovative map might just change your mind.
A study finds that 15 percent of packs sold over the counter bear illegal tax stamps. Even for nonsmokers, that’s a lot of dollars lost.
Since the recession, more children than ever are living in impoverished school districts.
An incomplete picture of displacement and return in New Orleans, in maps.
In NYC, calls about noise and blocked driveways are most frequent in zones between racially homogenous neighborhoods.
How rumors have shaped indelible events of civil unrest in America.
Frank Gehry’s involvement in the river’s revitalization could compromise public funding.
California's drought demands an answer, but as homeownership rates drop, the question has implications for the whole country.
On the eve of the car-free festival CicLAvia, Tito's Tacos is on the wrong side of history.
News reports of humans contracting the infamous disease are alarming, but it's still very rare.
New research shows introverts do, in fact, prefer the mountains.
Cities have been paving over streams since the 19th century, but scientists are only now learning of potential harms to water quality.
Local costs of living complicate the conversation around a huge increase to the federal minimum wage.
How Greene Street went from a red-light district to hosting some of the highest property values in the world.
Shrinking tree rings point to a worrying future for forests and humans, a new study finds.