Political polarization in the U.S. mirrors its spatial divide.
In 15 U.S. cities, users can get vaccines (and a subtle lobbying effort) delivered on demand.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney shares his city’s experiences battling the sugary beverage industry.
Chief Art Acevedo has lambasted top brass over high-profile incidents of violence in his department. We need more of this.
Looking for neighborhood-level maps of our second Gilded Age? This is the place.
Earning a living in the U.S. is proving difficult for Minneapolis’s large Somali community.
What traffic congestion on city streets has in common with the U.S. Congress.
The concept of “value capture” surfaces as a possible path to more equitable growth.
A cautionary tale of the limitations of international metro areas.
A new program might signal the feds’ readiness to get more involved in local policing practices.
Dr. Phillip A. Goff, the president and cofounder of the Center for Policing Equity, is developing a new vocabulary for racism and policing.
The controversial 49ers quarterback gets some love from local artists.
This week brought mixed messages on plans for the site from the Austrian government.
Why mayors and other leaders from 500 cities released a manifesto at the UN’s Habitat III summit in Quito.
Trump’s vague and reckless calls for supporters to “monitor” elections is voter intimidation, and it may be illegal under the Voting Rights Act.
Before Habitat III kicked off this week, the UN released a report on the advantages and drawbacks of rapid urbanization.
A new proposal could bring in billions of dollars from offshore accounts to solve the country’s infrastructure-spending gap.
In an open letter, the mayors of Paris, Madrid, and Barcelona argue that urban areas should get more federal resources—because they’re the ones getting things done.
If the international community is going to address the global challenges it so often speaks of, it must learn how to better work with and harness cities.