The Ferguson Commission’s new report makes the simple case for consolidating the municipalities that make up St. Louis County.
As inequality spreads, support for sharing economic gains should increase. So why is it fading?
From L.A. to New York to Mexico, people love beating the stuffing out of the GOP candidate.
You and I continue to foot a large part of the bill for America’s billionaire sports owners.
The link has become increasingly clear—just as victim funding is set to expire.
Those in greatest need of basic amenities are nowhere near the biggest infrastructure investments happening in preparation for the 2016 Games.
Dedicated lanes and low-sulfur diesel cut down on traffic time and greenhouse gas emissions.
By 2100, the number of people aged 60 and over will reach 3.2 billion.
Rapidly urbanizing cities could stand to lose around $1 trillion annually due to market crashes.
The South Carolina Governor’s speech on equality is at odds with real life in a state facing some of the deepest racial divides.
After a major flood, this Indian city decided it would not allow itself to become a disaster statistic once again.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against businesses that charge an extra 3 percent to cover employee healthcare.
A complex cartographic process that affects flood insurance rates has stirred pushback in places like New York City and New Orleans.
A 10 percent pay bump leads to a 5 percent drop in smoking rates among men, a new study finds.
You don’t need a hurricane to have a catastrophic flood.
The term suggests fatal crashes are inevitable and beyond our control—they're not.
A 1968 film by Victor Gruen and Associates celebrates a revitalized downtown and a pedestrian mall that won’t be around much longer.
The HBO miniseries’ tragic final act concludes with residents moving into their new homes.
Cities like Pittsburgh and Detroit are attracting more highly educated people.