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.
There's outrage in New York City over how many drivers get away with killing people every year. Here's one idea to help save lives.
Two great global cities went head-to-head in a battle of words over which one is the best.
If the climate continues to warm, Manhattan could face crippling deluges every 3 to 20 years by the end of the century, say MIT researchers.
A new exhibit explores radical solutions for the nation's housing woes.
A bold new design retrofits Manhattan, protecting it from climate change's rising sea levels.
Snapshots of cities most love-inducing qualities.
The joy of eating at one of New York's classic neighborhood spots.
Some public transportation systems are using classical music to deter criminals — but does it work?
Plus, Tucson kills its Mexican American Studies program to comply with state law; Gulfport, Mississippi, clears out lawn couches; a meat thief is banned in Britain.
Quite possibly the world's worst photo contest.
New numbers from the Urban Institute require some context.
Only New York City has comparatively expensive tickets for parking at an expired meter.
A proposal to eliminate a share of the federal gas tax dedicated to public transportation would devastate urban mobility.