A San Francisco CEO says that in a perfect city, the homeless wouldn't be so visible. He's only mostly wrong.
It's made from shipping containers, uses all off-grid energy, and solar panels warm the water.
People are angry about Silicon Valley's private shuttles for some very real reasons.
Not quite communes, these young people are seeking cheaper, more diverse living arrangements, plus family-style meals.
Meet the first person in America to embrace the European "Cyclepod."
And other eye-popping comparisons.
It turns out making a cancer survivor's dreams come true isn't cheap.
Ninety-two percent of new diagnoses occur in just a quarter of U.S. counties, and most of them are urban.
Who would've thought that the state New Yorkers move to the most is Florida?
A different way of measuring what we spend on housing.
The most heart-warming thing you'll see this afternoon.
After learning the official records were incomplete, a citizen mapper started building a gorgeous guide to the megacity's street art.
The city finally has an easy-to-read bicycling map, thanks to the vision of a die-hard local cyclist.
Where it's "safe" to live if you're more worried about cops than criminals.
Watch the commuting patterns of New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The city is partnering with private techie groups to fund these science-themed transformations of public space.
Love music videos about bus etiquette? Then boy oh boy, you're in for a real treat here.
An online project collects people's complaints about their burg in more than 80 locations.
Disturbing concept, or most brilliant marketing ploy ever?