Banning vehicles from parts of the city—including the Champs Elysées—is part of an ongoing effort to curb pollution.
Its nearest online rival, New York, doesn’t even come close.
The city has asked to be a test site for the “flying” pods, which could replace boats on the Seine.
At least one local newspaper is questioning the city’s influence over a major architectural design competition.
Rents across the city are going down, but not everyone is complying.
The new Grand Paris council will unite local officials from city and suburb alike to make joint decisions that affect the region.
Block by block, piece together the iconic skylines of New York City, Berlin, and Venice.
Fairness, finances, and local action will all play a part in the COP21 talks.
A public apology from Volkswagen: “We’re sorry that we got caught.”
Despite fear and anxiety in the advanced cities of the West, terrorism remains highly concentrated in a small number of conflict-ridden nations.
In the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks, locals are bound by a strong sense of community—and defiance.
Immigration opponents are already using the violence to justify exclusionary policies.
Multiple sites have reportedly been hit, including the Bataclan and the Stade de France.
Evading tons of cameras and gun-wielding guards is just the first challenge of conquering Paris’ steely landmark.
Paris is planning a pretty major overhaul of its main avenue by 2025.
A feminist group, Osez le Féminisme, is calling attention to the city map’s big gender gap.
Reduce urban sprawl, for one thing.