Homicides in Chicago are way down.
He'll be calling in to Washington, D.C.'s crude "The Sports Junkies" show.
You've heard of food deserts, but what about pet food deserts?
The power of a questionnaire.
Despite worries about normalization, the city has reversed its position on trying to police legal behavior on private property.
And its pensions could be cut, a judge has ruled.
Don't listen to conservative arguments that higher taxes will scare off the city's elite.
Countries like Italy and Spain are turning away from the world, with grave consequences for the European project.
Blame the weed. And the crack.
A few have tried, but none have succeeded.
Metropolitan political divides have replaced the old red-state/blue-state cleavage.
Don't believe what you're hearing about Rob Ford's ever-loyal supporters. The truth is much more complicated.
Another social media-fueled trend that wasn't.
Over 100,000 people gathered to decry the government's sudden decision to pull out of an EU free trade deal.
City roads were ripped open, cars toppled, and apartment windows shattered.
And there's really no avoiding it.
Mayors explain how friends and associates quickly become crucial advisers.
In the wake of the Kennedy assassination, Dallas was reviled as a hotbed for right wing agitators. Was the reputation deserved?