The festivities will be a bit quieter this year as cities put restrictions on the long-held tradition of setting off fireworks.
A new exhibition explores how the masses of 20th-century America pushed artists in new directions.
Black and Latino voters are “increasingly losing their place in the democratic process.”
The world’s tallest free-standing clock tower will go up in the southern Indian city of Mysore.
“The 101 Freeway east of downtown will take a break for 40 hours of R&R ... and R&B.”
Historically the event has hurt local taxpayers and the poor, and Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco is shaping up to be no different.
The proposed $10 per barrel fee would fund a massive overhaul of the country’s transportation system.
When it comes to road markings, some experts say less is more.
No, it’s not just you—it really is very confusing.
Conversations with mapmakers on the works that most inspire them.
Pricey downtown real estate and safety concerns are among the factors.
The city ponders its own version of the Big Dig.
It’s time to put the sharrow to rest.
Who knew Fords got ticketed so much in New York?
Anastasia Savinova’s surreal composite structures piece together the essential fragments of a city.
Baltimore's DeRay Mckesson joins a long line of African-American organizers wanting to become mayors.
The U.S. “Scribble Map” links every ZIP code in ascending order.
A congressional hearing on Wednesday revealed the toxic timeline of the city’s water crisis—and how democracy might be repaired.