The U.S. enters 2014 with a brand new population estimate.
The use of stop and frisk has declined 60 percent, and the murder rate is the lowest it's been since the early 1960s.
It's not too soon to start discussing how to keep the Highway Trust Fund from bankruptcy.
Getting away from the job when you're always on the job.
Florida is expected to edge out New York as the third most populous state in the 2013 census.
Stealing is encouraged among mayors.
Phoenix says it has among veterans. Next it's aiming for the broader homeless population.
Thomas M. Menino leaves his successor with a particular problem.
Big-city delegates have a tough time getting their way in state legislatures.
Gustavo Petro was impeached after his recycling program failed. The move could very well stifle municipal innovation there.
It's not a new problem, but the country's struggle with air pollution has finally gone mainstream.
Charlotte, North Carolina, is doing well, though.
The city's emergency manager reaches a power-sharing agreement.
How one group is pushing Bill de Blasio to make good on his campaign promises.
A new book provides detailed instructions on how to sketch the outline of a drone on a sidewalk near you.
Car culture may not be making us sick. Cities aren't necessarily healthier than suburbs.
Mayors open up about the stuff that gets them down.