The elected leaders of the nation's largest cities are arguing for the right to "set whatever marijuana policies work best" for them.
There's no doubt the mayor deserves credit for major improvements to New York City schools, but the one thing he'd like to be remembered for is also his least clear-cut success story.
New research suggests that immigrants could boost housing values in precisely the shrinking cities that need it.
Your weekly roundup of what cities are banning around the world.
New tests show the nuclear plant's groundwater is still toxic.
An innovative program aimed at getting more fruits and veggies to the poor is set to debut this summer in Detroit.
How a crack scandal has helped reveal the failures of a municipal government structure.
200,000 people took to the streets Monday to oppose political corruption and inferior public services.
Putin's biggest critic talks about the troubles facing the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum has been arrested on 14 criminal charges, including fraud, conspiracy, and municipal corruption.
A municipal arborist whittled this damaged tree into a street chair for the neighborhood.
Metros as the new sovereign.
Inside ERT, where workers continue to broadcast news even though they've been shut down by the government.
Officials suspend plans to raze Gezi Park.
No mayor can get a project this ambitious done on his own, and that's a huge problem for everyone.
Rising seas and increasingly severe weather could drastically increase the costs of floods in the United States.
Also, Malibu considers outlawing rat poison and another Mexican city bans bullfighting.