What we can learn from where people walk, run, and ride their bicycles.
Wealth among high-income households is growing, while the middle-class is stuck in the 1990s.
It's the latest women's safety initiative out of India to miss the larger point.
The wealth gap between whites and blacks in the U.S. is the widest it's been in 30 years.
Cities with large foreign-born populations are likely to process the bulk of applicants following Obama's executive order.
For centuries, luring enemies to destroy decoy cities was a legitimate military defense strategy.
A new study reveals race plays a surprisingly major role in the number of deaths that income inequality contributes to.
Even legal experts are astounded by the grand jury's decision not to indict a New York City police officer for the killing of Eric Garner.
It depends on what the end goals are.
Tracking communication patterns can help city planners improve digital and other infrastructure by revealing the behaviors of residents.
Female officers in Seattle are being paired with refugee women new to their city. Now, both groups say they understand each other better.
Broadening our understanding of how different groups interact with their physical environments would be a great first step.
The city's reasoning is ... sound. Way too much of it.
A Le Corbusier-inspired idea for a city that organized transit and architecture around "functional delineation" was never realized.
Where, when, and how people tweet reveals information about the socioeconomics of a region.
NYC's swanky future pay phones will provide unlimited Wi-Fi and free domestic calls. But will they be accessible to everyone?
"Road Map" shows where economic benefits from roads are as high as the danger they pose to the environment.
Demographer William Frey explains how minorities are poised to re-map America.
Why settle for regular stripes when you can sport a pattern made from video footage of Fort Greene or Red Hook?