A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
The Ovarian Psycos of East L.A. are an all-woman-of-color cycling collective carving out space for themselves in a hostile urban environment.
We aren’t catching them. They are catching us.
Police organizations want a ban on such equipment repealed for officer safety, but killings of police are actually at an all-time low.
An exhibit about the friendship between Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt shows how art has nurtured New York—and vice versa.
The plan threatened views from a Trump-owned golf course.
Trump’s RNC acceptance speech aimed to terrify Americans about their own urban areas.
An organization that represents more than 30,000 law-enforcement officials has problems with Trump’s ‘law and order’ message.
Amsterdam’s new “bike mayor” thinks so, and Anna Luten also wants her fellow cyclists to clean up their etiquette.
A new preservation project will document around 1,000 sites throughout the five boroughs.
It’s known as a modern-day hub of progressivism, but its past is one of exclusion.
Good luck figuring out the bus schedules, using the concourses, and holding on to your tokens.
Now that the game has finally launched in Pokemon’s birth country, the Japanese government is prepared for the worst.
The city gave more than it got from hosting the RNC, and Public Square was the event’s MVP.
It’s allegedly pro-evolution, promotes gambling, and contains symbols of “devious religions and organizations.”
Half the country’s domestic night routes will be scrapped this autumn.
Hunger and trashed food are commanding attention at this summer's biggest events, from the political conventions to the Olympic Games.
In one city, more than 300 unexploded delayed-action bombs are hiding in the ground, putting its residents on edge.