The living can transform a domain of the dead into a valued community asset.
Texans don’t trust the federal government. But the state relies on federal disaster funds more than any other.
A scholarly debate over the risk of war.
While cities along its rivers are growing the most dramatically, the state continues to forego any and all central planning for floods.
City code already prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender or sex, sexual orientation or gender identification—so come on down! (Please.)
A short history of how America’s urban voters stopped showing up at the polls.
Whether or not the budget rider will survive remains to be seen.
Lawmakers can’t agree on how to pay for the Highway Trust Fund for the remainder of the year, let alone for the next decade.
Mental health resources, affordable child care, and better police relations would go a long way toward improving the lives of disadvantaged youths.
Tuesday’s vote sets the bar for wage standards in the biggest U.S. cities.
The annual ranking of fittest cities doesn’t address important inequalities.
Absent federal action, local jurisdictions are increasingly looking for ways to help working parents.
Seven reasons they’re so terrible for cities.
Now fundraising on Kickstarter, a film by two S.F. natives will grapple with race, class, displacement, and the importance of friendship.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
The city wants retailers to caution consumers about RF radiation.
The interactive project OUTgoing aims to map the history of New York City’s queer bars.
One Democratic candidate has switched up his rhetoric on criminal justice reform entirely, but voters don’t appear to be buying it.
Landing on the moon was still a wild dream the last time gas taxes paid nearly the full cost of our roads.