Four decades of federal spending priorities, in charts.
A mid-sized boiler maker, not the city's many coal-fired power plants, was fined 300,000 yuans—the biggest fine to date.
A look at the legislation that's undermining sustainable planning across the U.S.
Jessica Nitardy, a Mexican dentist, says the majority of her clients are Americans who can't afford treatment in the U.S.
Munich's bouncers are allegedly turning away people of color without reason. Can a handful of lawsuits make that stop?
In a statement, the mayor said he'll be taking a "leave" from his campaign and official duties, but has no plans to step down.
Why are Alaska's Aleutian Islands so ethnically mixed? And other questions from a new map of U.S. populations.
As the world heats up, the Himalayas are becoming more volatile.
Yet another side effect of climate change.
In the U.S., cities prioritize efficiency and customer service. Across the Atlantic, the focus is on unemployment and energy waste.
Sderot has about 200 shelters. A city initiative tries to turn them into something less foreboding.
It seems safe to say that this will ultimately be seen as an indictment of the historical record in quarters both left and right.
What kinds of cities best support the MLS?
The People St program helps novices create a parklet, plaza, or bike parking area.
It's the rare bipartisan issue.
Retail cannabis stores are getting ready to open in Washington state. But at the same time in the Netherlands, decades of permissive pot policies are being eroded.
The decision comes after 16 of their colleagues were killed in an avalanche.
Athletes and civilians alike are worried about contracting diseases in Brazil's feces-laden bay.
New York and L.A. are losing more Americans than they're gaining, but the flood of immigrants more than makes up for it.