A new study of high-growth firms in Greater Washington, D.C., highlights the role of community in a thriving economy.
Despite fear and anxiety in the advanced cities of the West, terrorism remains highly concentrated in a small number of conflict-ridden nations.
The most fragile states, which often breed terrorism, are also among the least urbanized.
These are not just American problems.
A new study found that Yelp restaurant reviews in Brooklyn were less favorable in a traditionally black neighborhood than in an ethnic white neighborhood.
A detailed new analysis.
The surprising and complex role that segregation plays in increasing a neighborhood's social capital.
A new study finds that gentrification improves Philadelphia neighborhoods, but its ripple effects hurt the most vulnerable.
As of 2016, nine state legislatures will allow for “campus carry.”
States say they want to help independent businesses, but large companies take the majority of the dollars.
A new report from Trulia warns young households against buying a home in Honolulu or San Jose.
A new survey shows that city residents feel increasingly trapped by a government that favors the rich.
The U.S. is a nation divided not just by how people get around, but by how fast they drive.
While some neighborhoods have seen home sale prices skyrocket, others continue to decline.
Economic inequality is increasing almost everywhere, but some U.S. metros have it far worse than others.
Anchor institutions spur economic growth and innovation, but are still lacking cooperation with cities themselves.
We’ll never craft appropriate policies until we stop worrying about random acts of violence.
While these two jockey for position, no other cities really come close to challenging them.