During a 19-day strike in 1987, teachers eventually set up temporary classrooms.
More than 400 zones in Britain's dominant city have extra rules. Disobeying them can get you a ticket.
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Private moments at public gatherings in New York and Washington.
Latino immigrants open fewer small businesses than other groups. Here's how we can close the gap.
Facing a citywide ban, dispensaries prove to be far less plentiful than feared.
Our weekly look back at the stories you may have missed.
Also, Sioux City bars texting while driving and a notorious hoon gets jailed in Australia.
An effort to ban marijuana sales to foreigners threatens more than just the economy.
Easing revitalization by placing the city's neighborhoods into one of three groups.
This week, over 100 businesses got their first taste of GHG cap-and-trade.
Tampa's excessive police presence is having a "chilling effect."
There's a surprisingly longstanding tradition in American politics of fighting land use regulations.
A look at the Republican National Convention and the protesters outside.
It's not the way you think.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu tells residents "the best part of wisdom is to prepare for the worst and to hope for the best."
Hand-emptied toilets could be outlawed, but they're not likely to disappear any time soon.
The tropical storm left at least 19 people dead, causing flooding and mudslides.