Unsurprisingly, 15 of the top 20 most economically advantaged metros are located on the East and West Coasts
As bollards and Jersey barriers become ubiquitous, architects and designers look for ways to make them less hideous
The places with the highest percent of givers
Economic segregation is still a big problem in cities like Washington, D.C.
On its 75th anniversary, the Urban Land Institute looks to the future
America has more city parks, but less money to pay for them
Lessons I learned from two communities on opposite sides of the world
The D.C. metro models how the region would change if there were no subways or buses
Some U.S. cities have more top global brands than many large countries
A short list of our favorite verses from public transportation around the globe
Protesters were arrested after refusing to come down from the roof of a barnlike structure that had no foundation
A new exhibit explores the history of failed building proposals in the nation's capital
How bike share programs can provide clean helmets for everyone
Some smaller neighborhoods maintain surprisingly vibrant artistic communities
As developers look to latch on to the popularity of bike sharing, winners and losers emerge
When a religious group wants to sell off its house of worship but historians want to save it, who should decide?
If we try to save everything, we risk losing our credibility
Which cities will get the most visitors this holiday weekend?
Plans are once again underway to bring Dupont Circle's tunnels back to life—but will the neighborhood get behind it?