Our weekly roundup of the most intriguing articles about cities and urbanism.
Yosemite isn't the only park facing a growing risk of wildfires.
A story about jobs, bachelors, bachelor's degrees -- and a very weird government definition of "home."
States will have to abide by federal guidelines.
The city's youth court just ran out of funding. Will anyone swoop in to save it?
Some council members say they did not actually do what another city councilman said they did.
He smoked a lot of pot.
Anti-police brutality activists in Las Vegas are facing graffiti and property defacement charges.
Photos of the benchmark 1963 event, side-by-side with images from today.
There's a war brewing in Central America.
How the National Drug Intelligence Center disseminated a bogus figure, and the media ate it up.
Patrick Leahy has scheduled a hearing next month that advocates hope will finally provide some answers on how the Justice Department intends to handle state-legal pot.
Memories from history's wild imagination, 50 years later.
... and why this quiet trend is about to reverse itself.
The city says it wants to protect sex workers, but it's also clearly an attempt to keep prostitutes out of sight.
The embattled mayor, who is facing accusations of sexual harassment from more than a dozen women, blamed a "lynch mob" of politicians and media interests for his ouster.
And for a month before and after.
Police officers could be assigned to patrol the city center and keep homeless people out.