Supporters of the Department of Justice’s efforts to address discriminatory practices in urban policing may be watching the end of an era as prospective Attorney General Jeff Sessions prepares for his confirmation hearing.
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is taking on the state government over a “super preemption law” he calls a threat to democracy.
There’s too much focus on whether Americans can move up the economic ladder, and not enough on the basic question of their quality of life.
About half of U.S. mayors say they want to combat inequality, but they are less sure about redistribution.
The Facebook founder wants to get out and see more of America in 2017. He should think more carefully about his own back yard.
How politics pits demographic groups against each other.
A sampling of city-focused events around the world. This month: housing policy, innovations in design and technology, urban watersheds, and more.
The chief of the city’s Office of Immigrant Affairs talks about what to expect in the Trump administration.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we’ve come across in the past 365 days.
Since the Brexit vote, an ad campaign has been reaffirming the British capital’s character as a multi-ethnic hub.
Activists in Flint, Standing Rock, and California’s Central Valley reflect on the year in water protests.
Metropolitan regions are “really important players in this whole picture,” says Dana Gunders of the Natural Resources Defense Council.
A $290 billion investment aims to upgrade public restrooms in its Rust Belt region to boost tourism. But locals need it as much as visitors.
As rapid growth changes the Danish capital, one group is making sure the city understands why it needs its plant life.
The U.K. capital debates the impact of Brexit—and much more.
The federal funds under threat could amount to more than 20 percent of a city budget, or less than 1 percent. Either way, cities could well end up hurting.