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Thursday, May 5, 2016

What Would Jane Jacobs Do?

Why the question remains so vital today.

Janette Sadik-Khan and Seth Solomonow

DOJ: North Carolina's Bathroom Law Is a Civil Rights Act Violation

The Department of Justice says HB2 runs afoul of the landmark legislation, and demands that the state not enforce it.

David A. Graham

Whose Side in the Housing Wars Would Jane Jacobs Take Up Today?

The renowned urbanist allegedly wrote a protest song against Robert Moses with Bob Dylan. She might not sing the same tune about preservation today.

Kriston Capps

The Ugly Racial Politics of London's Mayoral Campaign

As Londoners head to the polls Thursday, they must contend with an election mired in appalling rhetoric.

Feargus O'Sullivan

European Cities Plan to Sue the E.U. Over New Emissions Rules

Twenty cities claim the diesel regulations are so lax that they’ll prevent other efforts to reduce pollution.

Feargus O'Sullivan

Where Are the Most Diverse Neighborhoods?

This interactive visual tool explores how racial homogeneity changes with distance from large U.S. city centers.

Tanvi Misra

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