Rick Scott's censorship of environmental officials courts disaster for a state at tremendous risk.
New York's Bus Time program led to about a 2 percent rise overall, according to new research.
Developers have had to get creative when it comes to salvaging America's failing shopping centers, turning them into hospitals, churches, and even parks.
In Pennsylvania, losing an eye on the job warrants as much as $261,525. In Alabama, it can only get you $27,280.
Why the city should revive a 19th-century plan for an uptown necropolis, population 5 million.
Photos of attractive riders featured on a British site are trending in Guangzhou and Shanghai.
You might live in a hotbed of people named AssassinWulf and Keenora Fluffball and not even know it.
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A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Bostonians, including one Yeti, have gotten inventive with their snow this year.
The late filmmaker followed Amtrak long-distance passengers dealing with both salvation and loss.
In these captivating photos, a mother and her kittens chow down on a deer in the Santa Monica Mountains.
With its superfast broadband, the city has reinvented itself. Now it must safeguard its future by building to sustain that growth.
Pitchfork pinpoints all the Toronto locales that have appeared in the rapper's lyrics.
This urban etiquette question has an actual right answer.
Though the economy is improving, a third of those still looking for work have been jobless for more than six months.
Jennifer Maravillas' "71 Square Miles" captures the diversity of the borough through the items left behind there.
The mortgage-industry collapse led to a dramatic increase in single-family rental housing. What happens when buyers want these houses back?
Milan is about to get 20 million visitors over six months. It will be the biggest test yet of "collaborative consumption."