An increasing number of African Americans in the city are living with HIV and AIDS. Here’s how Atlanta plans to reduce those numbers.
The emirate wants to transition from extravagant consumption to cleanly powered extravagant consumption.
Working remotely long predated third-wave coffee shops and sleek co-working spaces.
Regardless of whether a much-publicized liner comes to town, the borough is home to a fleet of old vessels.
The search for an impartial panel has highlighted the extent of the city’s entanglement with its troubled criminal-justice system.
Suburban development along forest fringes puts people directly at risk—and contributes to climate change.
A San Francisco woman sold her home cheap to a buyer vowing to protect the neighborhood’s character. But the neighborhood needs to change.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel claims he’s addressing police failures in the killing of Laquan McDonald. But real change will require more than just cleaning house.
Great for finding your way to the architect’s many Windy City projects.
A new study finds a link between bus or rail access and fewer antidepressants in older residents of Turin, Italy.
The competition is fierce, the key players are billionaires, but the path—and even the destination—remains uncertain.
“This incredible place—the old town of Goussainville—is a thorn in everybody’s foot.”
The cards Overweight Haters Ltd. is handing out to passengers on the Tube aren’t just cruel; they’re ineffective.
The evidence suggests innovation does contribute to the wealth of the one percent—but it also increases social mobility.
Two scientists believe their method of planting cypress and tupelo trees—in special rodent-resistant pods—can revive the region’s disappearing marshes.
The youth get a housing deal, the elderly get companionship—it’s win-win.
An important step toward visibility for some of Brazil’s most important—but unappreciated—workers.
The immense, glowing artwork is meant to bring life to an industrial neighborhood.