The city council went ahead and voted to accept millions in federal money Tuesday, despite the mayor's objections
Sheboygan's embattled mayor, who's Internet famous for epic displays of public drunkenness, survived the first stage of a recall effort on Tuesday
The majority of China now lives in cities
Wet shelters may be connected to more deaths than we'd like, but they offer a last-resort home to the chronically homeless
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have been getting most of their campaign contributions from the same place: the monied ‘burbs.
A new documentary follows a family of Coptic Christians, one of thousands who tend to the city's trash
Towns will compete to gain new honorary status as a "Lord Mayoralty"
The park opened to visitors again this morning, but significant barriers remain in place
Caucus-goers say the economy is their top concern, but their state is doing much better than others
A round-up of new municipal laws from around the country
Should infrastructure banks replace our current system of funding roads and transit through grants?
Karen Freeman-Wilson, the newly elected mayor of Gary, faces an uphill battle but a low bar for success
Silicon Valley cities try to entice the A’s and 49ers to move into new digs
Los Angeles government officials are preserving some of the art created during Occupy Wall Street, the first major city to do so
Visual.ly graphs the world's largest groups
Escondido is almost half Latino, but has elected only one Hispanic city councilman in 120 years. A new lawsuit aims to change that
What happens when officers turn the surveillance cameras off to hide their misbehavior?
Forget Congress. For real stupidity in government, look closer to home.
That's the cost of securing an Occupy protest of 10 in the swanky town of Darien, Connecticut