When you're hitching a ride with Uber, Sidecar, or Lyft, it's not always clear who's liable in the event of an accident.
The city has sent a "socially disruptive" family to Zeeburger Island, an ex-industrial port zone monitored by a heavy police presence.
It would be nearly twice the size of the London Eye.
Is all that space actually a waste?
The Internet isn't a place where everyone shouts at each other. It's a collection of lots of small places where people are chatting among themselves.
Even native English speakers now sound slightly Latino.
The once-bustling capital is now floundering.
A Roman concept building would eliminate one of the major problems of solar panels – immobility.
DIY entrepreneurs have developed ingenious—and affordable—products to satisfy the public's insatiable demand for pure air.
The city estimates the Games will cost between $5 and $6 billion and include the construction of 21 new sporting venues.
An animation of western expansion.
A whopping 53 percent of bicycle deaths in the city involved trucks.
Arlington, Texas, recently got its first bus line — but it's hardly a comprehensive approach to public transportation.
A mushroom cloud of gray smoke on the San Francisco horizon is coming from a blaze on, appropriately, Mount Diablo.
Why Baltimore or Austin may be a better bet this year than New York or L.A.
Educating an inmate reduces their odds of recidivism by 43 percent.
For residents in Eagle Pass and other nearby towns, the border is not a political football but a daily reality.
Will anti-hunger groups across the country be expected to provide millions of extra meals next year, or billions?
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