The Pruitt-Igoe projects were razed in 1972, but their influence on Ferguson's social and financial divides echo today as redevelopment is planned.
Scientists are embarking on data rescue missions all over the world to find and save old climate information.
Missouri looks like it's in the middle of the pack. But we desperately need better data.
The first results of our State of the City Poll.
Needs are different and water is too scarce to dump over your head—so the pay-it-forward donation trend gets a twist in India.
Advice for a town torn asunder from mayors who have been there.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Massive fires light up the sky in U.S. states at the center of a fracking boom.
A wealthy white suburb is building barricades to seal itself off from Detroit, but the divide is about more than physical barriers.
Lessons from one New York woman's inadvertent foray into urban beekeeping.
As pieces of the Sunshine State collapse in on themselves, new technology offers hope for early warning.
An urban farm in Montreal is scaling the industry "with more software than farmers."
Maybe because senior managers say they view employees who take vacation days as “less dedicated.”
The DoD has distributed everything from "extreme cold weather drawers" to San Diego police to grenade launchers to cops in a small Iowa county.
The massive loss of groundwater has caused a tectonic uplift of more than half an inch in some areas.
Watch daredevil and frequent arrestee James Kingston hang by one hand from a giant Indian crane just because he can.
Scientists can now control the movement of "biobot" moths—and the applications could go far beyond saving your sweaters.
In-town baggage service eliminates the hassle of hauling luggage to the airport or around the city.
Dust off your resume. From L.A. to Sri Lanka, Uber needs help.