For one thing, the rats move in.
A brief history of bus thieves from World War II to Darius McCollum.
Zipcar ranks U.S. cities on innovation, sustainability, and creativity.
The MTA just released new pictures, and they are quite post-apocalyptic.
Attention, media: Please stop writing about bus-roof gardens as if they could actually exist in real life.
A new study finds "unintended political consequences" of HUD's program to place poor families in higher-income neighborhoods.
Miami and house-eating snails, Seattle against a band of coyotes, and more stories of urban outbreaks.
Cornell has chosen six firms to submit designs for its new campus. Here's a look at university projects they've worked on in the past.
Plans to renovate the New York Public Library best not overlook the loo.
Artists across New York will leave their mark on 300 of the city's water tanks.
A new study finds a "clear relationship" between a guaranteed spot at home and commuting by car.
Nearly a quarter of working households spend more than 50 percent of their income on housing.
A photographic survey of the world's metro gateways.
Cities have tried to ban people from hanging around. This is a big mistake.
What the geography of the All-Star game says about American cities and metros.
The Brooklyn grocery is in the news for wanting to ban products from Israel, but over the years it's also exiled grapes, apples, sugar, light bulbs, water, tuna salad, etc., etc.
Artist John Locke is converting obsolete Manhattan phone booths into mini libraries. Now if only people would stop stealing his entire book collection.
The size of a sports town does have its advantages to star players.
In New York, legislators debate whether a bill banning food will cut down on the city's vermin.