According to a new poll, economic mobility and diversity are key components of a good city or town.
Researchers in the U.K. are developing software that would allow cities to identify damaged roadways earlier.
A plan is underway in Swansea to construct the first power station in the world based on a man-made tidal lagoon.
The smart lock's piercing alarm can draw attention from 150 feet away.
Palm trees, black sand, snow, ice, freezing fog—wait, what?
A new building of ultra-tiny apartments in Seoul will enforce neighborliness as residents navigate shared spaces "like the ambiguous gel around a tapioca pearl."
In 1964, R. Raleigh D'Adamo won a contest to design a better diagram for the New York subway. Now he's teamed up with a graphic designer to bring it back to life.
An artist commemorates the city's now-extinct Chinese business district.
The law would ban major league baseball players, and spectators, from enjoying one of the sport's oldest traditions.
Larry, a 20-year crew member of L.A.'s graffiti removal team, will never be out of a job.
More and more cities are realizing the benefits of off-hour deliveries.
The most recent Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor poll asked Americans to assess the cities and towns they call home.
The towering figures are an eye-catching distraction from a lack of infrastructure planning in the Democratic Republic of Congo's ever-growing capital.
As farmers markets fall from grace, tech-friendly food distributors are stepping in to meet the demand for locally-sourced products.
Right now, L.A. is the most important football city on the map. But that's been true for a long time.
Bring the look and feel of roadway negligence to your coffee table.
A detailed new report out of Philadelphia finds the type of businesses closest to a parklet play a key role in their success.
The retrofitted payphones give no-strings-attached power through public advertising.
Credit the bone-chilling winter for creating these mini icebergs.