Grab tight your freedoms, America: The country's collective legislatures are unleashing a torrent of new regulations.
Protesters gathered across India's cities to demand justice and security for women.
By lunch time, officials had already collected more than the 1,673 weapons exchanged last year.
Can the good work of the Green Impact Zone be sustained once federal funds run out?
The super-storm was a wake-up call to cities. But will they keep their climate change preparation going?
Also, Mumbai outlaws spitting tobacco on buses and Swaziland bans clothing that could tempt men to rape.
San Diego joins a growing list of municipalities hustling to collect weapons from a record number of residents.
Let's look at Baltimore as a case study for the on-the-ground, scary risks of federal inaction.
Four percent of the country identifies as Jewish, Muslim, Hindu or Buddhist. A peek at where those communities are clustered.
Also, a Canadian city goes after bullies and a Chicago alderman takes the war on pigeons to a new level.
MTA leader Joe Lhota is expected to resign today to prepare for a mayoral run.
There's a major structural problem built into how cities spend their money. Here's what we can do about it.
On Sunday, President Obama pledged to "use whatever power this office holds" to prevent another mass shooting.
Monday brings an awkward mix of grief and preparation.
The city of San Francisco has now mapped all of its downtown POPOS, and it's ensuring for the first time that residents really have access to them.
The city has one of the highest rates in the country, and efforts to cut smokers out just aren't working.
Trends in gun ownership, attitudes and violence have shifted notably over the past few decades.
Americans can no longer pretend that shooting deaths are a problem relegated to the inner city.
In part by forbidding almost all forms of firearm ownership, Japan has as few as two gun-related homicides a year.