Foreign-born U.S. residents have a profound effect on housing demand, property values, and racial segregation rates. But it’s not as simple as you might think.
These sanctuaries for the sex-deprived shed light on the various ways people find space for intimacy.
A new data visualization reveals the urban areas around the world that are struggling to keep it together.
Trump wants to deport 11 million immigrants. Here are the likely economic consequences of that.
Discrimination is a key reason why.
A Mexican architect has a utopian vision for a walkable city straddling the U.S.-Mexico border.
Law professor César García Hernández talks about how America built a legal system that targets immigrants for profit—and how to take it down.
It’s a proxy for denying access to housing on the basis of national origin, a new HUD guidance says.
A Barcelona-based mapping company has visualized the ongoing conflict in Ukraine in colorful, complex cartography.
A new analysis by the Pew Research Center takes a deep dive into the changing geography of this much-discussed segment of the U.S. population.
An urban scholar is crowdsourcing city boundaries in this interactive world map to see what people include and exclude.
UCLA researchers have created an online tool to track how adding transit changes neighborhoods.
Cartographer Oliver O’Brien has visualized the changing volume of people coursing through the city’s Underground.
Everyone’s favorite internet bulletin board can give researchers insights into regional trends.
Olalekan Jeyifous creates “architectural follies” from bits and pieces of the cities he knows and loves.
The Department of Homeland Security is rethinking its reliance on for-profit prisons. But it’s not enough.
A walk with Robert Williams, who sells the Street Sense paper made by and for the homeless in Washington, D.C.
Researchers at the Urban Institute make the case for preservation instead of construction.