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A complex cartographic process that affects flood insurance rates has stirred pushback in places like New York City and New Orleans.
The tiniest particles known to science are rocketing out of the earth and our energy facilities.
The fist-shaped crosswalk activator begs you to give it some love.
The Walkie Talkie has been named the ugliest British structure completed in the last 12 months, but there are reasons beyond aesthetics to dislike it.
The lead cartographer for Mapbox answers the technological and philosophical questions of which ‘hoods make it onto a map.
A 10 percent pay bump leads to a 5 percent drop in smoking rates among men, a new study finds.
They don't need more clothes. But these contributions really do make a difference.
Climate change means the end of our world, but the beginning of another—one with a new set of species and ecosystems.
A clever experiment reveals how highway noise drives songbirds out of forests and harms the ones that stay behind.
A new company hopes to put record-breaking biomass blooms to more functional use in consumer goods.
Employers increasingly want Ivy League grads for minor-league jobs.
Earthquakes in 2010 and 2011 took a heavy toll on Christchurch, New Zealand. Now the city center is being rebuilt with a large new playground—one that local kids helped design.
The city wants to steer mixed-income development to all its neighborhoods with clever tax incentives.
The proposed system will become part of the city’s public transportation system—a first in the U.S.
SmokyMountains.com released a map predicting the optimal times and places to see the leaves change in 2015.
Pres Kabacoff clarifies the problems the city is having with accommodating its lowest-income families.
The artist Fuller loaded the city with historical details, cryptic symbols, and his own memories.
Its humongous fleece has reportedly set a world record for weight.