Baltimore's 10 p.m. curfew may be keeping things calm, but it's a tough slog for local workers.
Regular old home buyers are having a hard time finding places they can afford. Are investors to blame?
Hong Kong used DNA analysis to put a face to the typically anonymous crime.
A leaked police report suggests that the Baltimore man tried to injure himself, a notion that his family and supporters angrily reject.
Reliable buses cut down on employee turnover—dramatically.
It's like the commuter version of The Cask of Amontillado.
One woman's off-the-grid living arrangement—in a yurt.
In a baseball first, no one was allowed to attend Wednesday's afternoon game in the city, rescheduled during a week of civil unrest.
The recession appears to have convinced many that they will never escape the working class.
One councilmember is pushing the city to partner with the app to reduce congestion on residential streets.
New apps make it simpler for consumers and researchers to evaluate restaurant cleanliness.
The "Geotaggers' World Atlas" follows the path of Flickr images.
An artist's collection of "postcards" offers a grim and hilarious view of the hyper-developing city.
These blocks aren't just for kids.
New recommendations for building accessible systems suggest more stations in low-income neighborhoods—and more density in general.
Homeownership is on the decline, leading to a scramble for rentals.
Kiss your productivity goodbye: Hulu just bought the rights to the classic '90s sitcom.
The city's schools may have been closed, but Tuesday was still full of learning opportunities.
The surprisingly ancient and global etymology of a racially charged epithet.