A tour of emerging trends in courthouse design.
At events all over the country, neighbors who want their money to stay local are swarming mom-and-pop shops.
The rebirth of traditional industries isn't necessarily a good thing.
A blogger gets creative in his opposition to proposed casino parking.
Decades since Bethlehem Steel shut down, the site sees small bits of new life.
Hundreds of U.S. cities still rely on antiquated systems that spew sewage during floods. Here's how one company is trying to change that.
The often subtle (and occasionally lucrative) art of expressing city pride, via t-shirt.
Photographer Gregory Halpern captures scenes of despair and surprising strength in his new book, A.
America is aging quickly, but some cities are welcoming more seniors than others.
Nearly a quarter of working households spend more than 50 percent of their income on housing.
Two Rust Belt cities grapple with architectural obsolescence.
A few ideas for less competitive but still worthwhile city superlatives.
New numbers from the Urban Institute require some context.
A look at five more city-infringing freeways targeted for much-needed demolition.
A critical look at the Bureau of Labor Statistics' employment projections for the rest of the decade.
The American landscape is littered with the decaying corpses of strip malls. Here are a few innovative ways we can turn them to our advantage.
Students in Le Roy, New York, are beset by an unexplained storm of tics and verbal outbursts.
When it comes to allocating resources to remove snow, cities can often only guess and hope for the best
For a lot of cities, demolishing the most obvious candidates was the easy part