The very things that made Bloomberg's tenure so transformative also helped to hurt the city.
The state is relying on cities to figure out how to cut emissions in their region. Will it work?
Parents call it "the deliberate starvation of one of the nation’s biggest school districts."
Is this good for America?
Bremgarten has banned refugees from 32 public spaces, including churches, sports facilities, even swimming pools.
Murder is not nearly as prevalent as you might think.
The San Francisco police are taking their anti-bike-theft efforts to social media.
Sheriff Arvin West doesn't have time for dumb marijuana laws.
Blame Wall Street.
The D.C. Jail has seen a rash of suicide deaths in the last six months. Will their latest efforts make an impact?
What the San Diego mayoral scandal says about the challenge of stopping a politician harassing women who don't work for him and don't know where to report him.
The smart growth agenda fails to account for lessons learned about green infrastructure, moderate density, and gentrification.
And other patterns from a new Election Atlas of New York voting results.
Ten years after the 2003 meltdown, weather-related outages are on the rise.
The Wall chronicles life in East Berlin and the many, desperate escape attempts.
The numbers are bad. But these recorded quotes from department leaders really get at the heart of the problem.
The draconian laws will shut once cosmopolitan urban areas out of a global community.
Limiting excess is a hallmark of the country’s approach to sustainability, and it may explain Winfrey's unfortunate experience in Zurich.
Stop and frisk and mandatory minimums could get major overhauls. The impact of those policy shifts, neatly summarized.