The second in our series mapping the growing class divides in American cities and metros.
Examining America's dramatic socio-economic residential segregation.
New Orleans is like Honduras, Detroit is similar to El Salvador.
According to new research, where college-educated folks live has a lot to do with population size.
Homicides were down dramatically in some U.S. cities in 2012, but up in others.
Urban planner Jeff Speck chats with Cities about his latest book.
How do pro fans stack up against those who favor the college game on a city-by-city basis?
Property values have soared in some neighborhoods. But other parts of the borough have been largely excluded from the boom.
Let's hope outrage over the Marlins deal never fades away.
The global cities that dominated popular music this year.
Introducing the Grinch Conversion Index. Where in the United States is Whoville?
As inner cores become wealthier, crime will get pushed out of many cities.
Austin and Pittsburgh don't fare very well in Walk Score's bikeability ranking.
Americans can no longer pretend that shooting deaths are a problem relegated to the inner city.
What we can say for sure based on recent data.
New York sets its sights on extending the benefits of the city's burgeoning start-up ecosystem.
A follow-up on our analysis of The New York Times series on state and local incentives to business.
Demographer Gary Gates explains how the Supreme Court's gay marriage decisions could impact cities.
Investor Brad Feld thinks cities need to let go of the idea of becoming the next Silicon Valley.