Baltimore's 1968 Holy Week Uprising was quite different from the events of this week. But the response to it helped set the stage for Freddie Gray.
A powerful new map of the city shows how its current poverty rates match up to racist mortgage policies of the past.
'BOOMTOWNERS' examines how American communities weather rapid transformation in the thick of an oil boom.
Regular old home buyers are having a hard time finding places they can afford. Are investors to blame?
One woman's off-the-grid living arrangement—in a yurt.
An artist's collection of "postcards" offers a grim and hilarious view of the hyper-developing city.
Homeownership is on the decline, leading to a scramble for rentals.
It wasn't a divine intervention that kept the ancient structure from being destroyed.
Haphazard urbanization and rampant building code violations in Nepal pushed up the earthquake death toll.
An illuminating new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York focuses on the legacy of historic preservation.
While diversity in the outer Bay Area is rising, its core county is getting more homogenous.
An audiologist explains why it's so much more than a mere annoyance.
At their annual gathering this week, America's urban planners confronted a growing crisis in the country's most expensive cities.
A controversial building has seen an extraordinary number of applicants for just 55 available affordable units.
The borough's top 20 percent's mean income is 43 times that of the bottom 20 percent of earners.
The AARP's new “livability index” grades communities on seven resource areas that aging Americans will need.
Often, it's more a selling point than a social reality.