What happened in Flint reflects an environmental bureaucracy too easily tripped up by local politics.
And slum dwellers are suffering the consequences.
One civil engineer says it would be less laborious and more cost-effective.
A "renters rights" exchange could spread costs and benefits more evenly across city neighborhoods.
Or, why the longest-lasting childhood epidemic in U.S. history wasn’t ever treated like one.
Even if El Niño ends the region’s current dry spell.
A new exhibition explores how the masses of 20th-century America pushed artists in new directions.
A congressional hearing on Wednesday revealed the toxic timeline of the city’s water crisis—and how democracy might be repaired.
But it won’t be easy.
In affluent Porter Ranch, the worst gas leak in U.S. history continues to pose health concerns. But in lower-income neighborhoods across Los Angeles, drilling has been making people sick for years.
This year might be a glimpse into the infectious world of the future.
The work of a Michigan artist illustrates just how fragile cities can be.
Individual prosperity and inclusion by race and income matter in a new Brookings report.
Emergency aid, settlements, refunds: It’s uncertain which solutions may come to pass.
A new map lets you analyze noise complaints in the Big Apple.
Snowpack is really the key here.
“It’s a very precious resource, and it shouldn’t be mismanaged.”
It's not a commodity—it's a basic human right.