Changes in employment in the Cleveland area show shifts in which industries are driving the economy.
The bankrupt Stockton has some company.
Some of the factors that made Stockton the largest bankrupt city in American history.
After six years of decline, more architects now report designing larger homes. But that doesn't necessarily mean what you think it means.
Gothenburg, Sweden, makes its public planning process interactive with an online map.
An Italian website compiles crowd wisdom and ideas to utilize vacant properties.
Researchers in Los Angeles try out a more granular approach to temperature change estimates.
P.D. Smith's engaging and illuminating new book on the history, evolution and intricacies of cities.
Louder streets have been linked to greater risk of cardiac arrest.
A traveling exhibition imagines a minor renaissance of urban manufacturing that's greener, cleaner, and more efficient.
A new UN report shows the urban face of global displacement.
The artist collective Broken City Lab is working to re-engage citizens in the struggling city of Windsor, Ontario.
Mayors have direct control of 75 percent of emission sources in their cities, according to a new report.
Mapping where emergencies are happening in the U.S.
Chinese megabuilding would rise nearly 10 meters a day, way faster than other skyscrapers.
A six-mile loop of moving platforms could have been the congestion solution 1903 New York needed.
A new tool visualizes green roofs on any building, and the water and energy they could save.
Earthquakes, underground chemicals, hysteria and emotion all collide in L.A.
The Lone Star State continues to dominate when it comes to new home construction.