The “Lucy” robotic lamp reflects and adapts to sunlight all day long.
Powerwashing has transformed Poland’s Solina Dam into a work of art.
That’s double a U.S. Geological Survey estimate made in 2006.
California's drought demands an answer, but as homeownership rates drop, the question has implications for the whole country.
It includes centuries-old buildings made with mud and entire cities built on stilts.
Kiwis face an important decision in two upcoming referendums.
Addressing income inequality is important, but worsening economic segregation has far more compounding effects.
Providence, Rhode Island, is considering banning smoking throughout its downtown business district. But critics worry it’s a pretext to force homeless people out of public parks and plazas.
And yet opposition to raising it remains fixed and fierce.
Many low income people in urban and suburban areas struggle to find reliable transportation. The result is missed appointments and poor illness management, even when care is readily available.
Or just develop a guilt complex.
On the one-year anniversary of the Michael Brown shooting, officers critically wounded another black man.
After falling in the 1990s, the number of poor people living in high-poverty areas has been growing fast.
Turns out, IBM’s Watson is not just for beating humans at Jeopardy!
An upgrading program in Kibera has taken more than a decade, but is helping to change Africa's conversation about how to handle informal urban neighborhoods.
“Phlegm” builds a different creature each day and posts them on his Instagram.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
A brief history of Pedestrianism.
Hazardous water, displacement, and rising police violence still plague the city, but Mayor Paes insists Rio is already better off thanks to next year's Summer Olympics.