It’s not possible to say that Gray found justice. But Baltimore would be worse off had the state not even sought any.
City leaders across the U.S. see the Republican nominee’s rhetoric as a threat to their diversity and inclusivity.
Police in Florida say at least two people are dead and 17 wounded. Three people are in custody in connection with the shooting.
What next, after four violent attacks in seven days?
Police organizations want a ban on such equipment repealed for officer safety, but killings of police are actually at an all-time low.
Trump’s RNC acceptance speech aimed to terrify Americans about their own urban areas.
Law enforcement organizations and prosecutor officials have problems with Trump’s “law and order” message.
It’s allegedly pro-evolution, promotes gambling, and contains symbols of “devious religions and organizations.”
At one Berlin pub, seas of cheers quickly turned into cries of shock and horror.
Lawyers and activists are educating residents in cities across the country on encounters with law enforcement.
“That’s what I get for playing this dumbass game.”
The “broken windows” theory of crime prevention hasn’t helped police engage with black communities. In Baton Rouge, broken porches won’t, either.
That’s more than four times the number of officers in the entire Cleveland Police Department.
Three officers are dead and three more are injured after a gunman opened fire Sunday morning.
If this city knows how to do anything, it’s how to move on.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
Heavy citywide surveillance may be giving authorities too much information to sift through.
Nice’s famed Promenade des Anglais is specifically designed to attract pedestrians in search of a stroll along the waterfront.
At least 84 are dead after the driver of a truck drove into crowds at the annual Bastille Day celebrations in the southern French city.