A new report shows that food insecurity is a problem in every single county in the United States. Some are much worse off than others.
New research builds on an old lesson: To get people using transit, it’s all about timing.
“It’s incredibly strong. It will last practically forever.”
High legal barriers in 10 states make it especially difficult to put solar panels on rooftops.
“Political geography is not determinant anymore, because cities are more important.”
The number of Airbnb listings dropped 40 percent in a month as the city prepares for new laws to take effect.
A new Trulia report looks at which cities have the highest housing burdens.
Want a moldy suburban apartment for $1,500? Then you’ve come to the right city.
The historian and cartographer Bill Rankin visualizes the practice with a fresh approach.
The coming decades will bring massive population growth, but resources to plan for that growth are scarce.
The squad-deep, front-porch perching exhibited in Beyonce’s Lemonade video is the kind of thing that can get you evicted in certain corners of New Orleans.
A video report shows how urban planners and leaders imagined revitalizing the city.
A new documentary follows some of the city’s famous felines as they navigate the ever-changing urban environment.
The emerald ash borer hitched a ride overseas on wooden shipping crates. Now it’s eating into municipal budgets.
A conversation with Michael Storper, the author of a new book on why San Francisco has outperformed L.A. in recent decades.
Distressingly, it seems the answer is “yes.”
Amid heavy flooding, Houston’s Texas Medical Center showcases what can be done with current technology.
A group of artists is translating neighborhood complaints about dirt-bike riders into cross-stitch as a way of weighing in on the debate.
It’s not just land use restrictions that are responsible for steep rents in cities like San Francisco and New York.