The surprising ways size and shape can impact a place's economic productivity and walkability.
In which we're told that riding a bike is cool and edgy and just might help you pick up some babes.
Plug in key information about your preferences, and Dwellr will start looking for your new home.
Paul Salopek is sharing his insights during a seven-year walk around the world.
"We can't just let the destruction of a building stop the efforts that we have been making."
Earl Sampson, 28, has been stopped 258 times, searched more than 100 times, and jailed 56 times ... in four years.
Would you buy this pendant made of gold-plated stainless steel?
Every 30 hours, a New Yorker is killed in a car crash. With the right approach, the NYPD could help bring that number way down.
New York City's Midtown Community Court is a national model for a different approach to dispensing justice.
Revised funding models may eventually be needed, but there's little sign of a lack of commitment in places like Toronto and New York.
The parents of a 3-year-old killed while crossing the street speak out against distracted driving.
An emergency manager wants to sell a beloved community garden to the highest bidder. Can organizers win their land?
The perception that biking is unsafe remains a major stumbling block in getting more people to ride.
Talking Transition is going to collect comments, suggestions, and kvetching from people across the city.
These interlocking tiles can be clicked together, without tools, to form temporary grade-separated cycle tracks.
Bill de Blasio's sweeping victory doesn't mean the country's largest city wants to turn back time.
In some places, the city's real estate prices are soaring, but it's not true everywhere.
The number of students without a home has hit a record high, according to new data from the Department of Education.
The financial woes of Montréal-based Bixi seem to be spreading, and a lot of questions remain.