A documentary profiles residents who scavenge for metals and plastics.
Over 1 million new Londoners will arrive within a decade—while some northern cities shrink.
“Up to a few years ago we literally had a surplus of suitable buildings in the city, but now rents have doubled, if not tripled.”
The island nation’s visitor boom is putting its infrastructure under heavy stress, but some answers are on the way.
The geography of business formation and job growth is concentrated in less than two dozen counties across the nation.
Police officer Edward Nero has been acquitted of all four charges against him.
“I prayed and he got me to the other side.”
Throughout the U.S., policies around providing meals for low-income children fail to reach 85 percent of those in need.
The Department of Labor just finalized a new rule extending income-based overtime protections for the first time since 2004.
With millions of jobs in transportation, water, and energy opening up over the next decade, workforce development programs are essential, a new report finds.
In all the ways that matter, Sadiq Khan’s battle to prove a Muslim has every right to oversee the U.K. capital is already won.
Police in Belgrade colluded in plans to make way for a controversial new waterfront development, says Serbia’s ombudsman.
A federal judge says Cleveland, Mississippi, must finally comply with a historic ruling the U.S. Supreme Court made more than 60 years ago.
The city will build public housing in its wealthiest neighborhoods.
A traveling design show toured the U.S. 25 years ago to shed light on Soviet city life under a failing but reforming government.
The administration’s system for protecting asylum-seekers and other immigrants has major flaws, ones that have led to deaths following deportations.
Missouri voters will decide on a constitutional amendment that would require photo identification in order to participate in elections.
In a letter sent Friday, federal officials warn local districts not to discriminate against students using restrooms.