Lessons from the Great Flood of 1993.
Washington's dysfunction gives them a chance to talk up their operational prowess.
In New York, stop and frisk grew from 97,296 stops in 2002 to 685,724 in 2011.
Medical advances have prolonged life expectancy, but women in parts of the country have been left behind.
Thanks, government shutdown.
One local homeless man wants to show you how the homeless really live in his city. And he insists it isn't exploitative.
The city says the ads are covered under the First Amendment.
5.85 million Americans can't vote because of their criminal history, putting the U.S. at odds with countries throughout the developed world.
The combination of hobbled government and natural disaster is increasing the risk to Americans.
And that its impact has continued to this day.
A reminder that the consequences of globalization are far-reaching and unexpected.
The Capitol complex was briefly on lockdown following the incident Thursday afternoon.
The Turkish border is teeming with migrants, many of whom have nowhere to live and nowhere else to go.
We're getting ready to interview a group of mayors from around the world. But we need your help!
Why should you need to pay a fee before you're allowed to park a car?
Superfund clean-ups are halted, and that's just the start.
San Francisco and Austin may have figured this out, but places like Muskegon, Michigan, are a better reflection of the obstacles ahead.
In a new video, a Yale sociologist shows how relationships spread risk.
Billions in drug control spending hasn't staunched supply.