Behold the first dad-rock-branded retirement city.
The Motor City faces monumental challenges, but it’s too often criticized for its glimmers of hope.
Scott Pruitt remains unconvinced of the dangers of asbestos.
Despite his high profile and ambitious agenda, Sadiq Khan holds one of Britain’s least understood offices.
Restricting housing construction does not just hurt developers—it makes housing less affordable for everyone. But to overcome neighborhood resistance, you need to understand what drives it.
A new online mapping project is aimed at dismantling the Kentucky city’s grim legacy of racial segregation.
A study finds that black residents in gentrifying neighborhoods are more likely to report poorer health.
The bizarre Twitter assault on the Scandinavian nation’s immigration policies may be based on a fiction—but that doesn’t mean all is well in Malmö.
Mayor Anne Hidalgo announced plans last May for a triage point to orient people more quickly into the French social system and eliminate informal encampments from city streets.
Though it is back from the brink of bankruptcy, the city’s reality isn’t as rosy as the popular narrative suggests.
Whether they’ve been leveled by wars or earthquakes, cities don’t tend to stay wastelands forever.
In an era of extreme housing precariousness, a new book looks at the history of a radical alternative.
The city wants to erect a tower made of stacked, prefab 160-square-foot apartments.
A word that was originally about plant diseases became “infused with racial and ethnic prejudice” when it moved to the city.
A filmmaker shares his experience in the once-lucrative business of hiring foreigners to lure homebuyers in China’s building boom.
Before the Civil War, Northern states opted out of enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act—and the Supreme Court backed them up.
Not more charter schools, says the author of a new UCLA Civil Rights Project report: School choice is only exacerbating the effects of the city’s extreme housing segregation.
After climbing sharply for years, housing costs are guaranteed to drop in Berlin, according to a new report.
An architect dreamed up these hulking biostructures that humans exploit for energy.