Mayoral candidate Ada Colau thinks squatters shouldn't be evicted from unused buildings. Some polls show she's in the lead.
What if an intersection could tell when you were coming, and adapted to your needs?
The iconic Riviera will close its doors Monday and prepare for implosion as the Strip gets reinvented for a new generation.
Cities and states have shot far past Congress in raising the minimum wage. Will the feds ever catch up?
It would rectify "one of the greatest civic blunders ever committed."
Food critic Robert Sietsema's new book New York in a Dozen Dishes chronicles the city's diverse classics, from pho to masala dosa. (And, ok, pizza.)
Seismic sensors picked up the massive quake from across the world.
A satellite image-based map shows how drastically Kathmandu city changed.
The world's biggest toothed predator receives an ignoble send-off.
Scenes from Saturday's march and rally against police brutality.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other mayors put together a January set of guidelines for cities on improving police-community relations. She's followed few of them herself.
Drone graffiti, drone photography, drone Instagram, and more.
The department's reforms in the decades following the 1992 Los Angeles riots could provide direction for other police forces.
There's still a long way to go, but a nationwide movement for better pay is making progress.
There's a disturbing connection with black mortality.
In an open letter, Gene S. Ryan cites concerns over "conflicts of interest" with Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby. But Mosby comes from a long line of police.
"Space is power, right? We don't have a lot of it."
How an English construction worker is fighting for better road infrastructure by scribbling on the streets like a third-grader.