Most notably: whether or not the engineer was using his cell phone.
They’re sensitive to gender identity as well as immigration status.
The intervention has been effective in Chicago schools and detention centers.
The news comes just as Los Angeles finalizes its landmark increase.
Former judge Manuela Carmena and activist Ada Colau are each ready for a fight in their respective hometowns.
A British woman just learned the hard way: Your neighbors don’t share your happiness.
Cities must take measures to protect their young residents from air pollution—now.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
A new ACLU report shows that arrests for low-level offenses in the city skew heavily toward blacks. Including arrests that don’t “fit any crime.”
It’s been done before—by a Republican President, no less.
To be far from home in a major, diverse metropolis such as New York or Los Angeles is one thing. But those who have landed in small cities across the Midwest face a whole other sort of isolation.
In Detroit and Baltimore, residents behind on water payments prepare to go without. Why aren’t utilities going after delinquent big companies first?
The public should be able to recoup some of the social, ethical, and environmental costs of bottled water.
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.