The "people-centered" plan has some serious flaws.
Cops want to get paid, too.
And why we may soon not be able to measure it at all.
A pro-immigration mayor has made Riace a symbol of Southern Italy's future.
How a U.S. Supreme Court decision could endanger thousands of America's recreational trails.
The success of the world's first city-level carbon-trading system hasn't had much to do with emissions trading.
The fear of cancer from radiation exposure has led to a new set of problems for young families.
And why they're not likely to get everything they want.
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Sanitation workers went on strike during the big event, leaving the streets covered in trash.
What everyday life is like in Simferopol, Crimea's divided capital.
North American media have proclaimed the city is no longer the apogee of cool, and that's just fine.
The country has vowed to give up coal. But what will come next?
A growing number of states bar municipalities—often the sites of the worst gun violence—from passing their own firearm laws, laying bare an urban-rural divide.
CNN's Chicagoland manages to capture the drama of running a city.
Even as the state considers discriminatory legislation, places like Starkville and Oxford are passing "inclusivity resolutions."
In public, at least.
How do you legalize drugs in the nation's capital?
Officials say a separatist group is responsible for a knife attack Saturday that killed 29 and injured 130.