In the video game ‘Super Mario Odyssey,’ he’s ready to leap around the Big Mushroom.
There’s no simple solution, but the Sunshine State is trying to tackle its astonishing rates of pedestrian deaths.
The controversial campaign of U.S. drone strikes has been intensely focused on small northern Pakistani communities near the Afghan border.
An Italian project maps how climate change is now shifting the nation’s boundaries.
Under a consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice, the troubled force will employ a variety of measures to protect constitutional rights and correct racial disparities.
The predominately white, prosperous city of Gardendale hopes to secede from its poorer, more diverse school district.
The structures both define and devalue a fabled Pittsburgh neighborhood.
Six states in Europe’s normally passport-free Schengen Area have brought back passport controls. So what’s coming next?
During a brief and jocular confirmation hearing, the retired neurosurgeon gave few answers that suggested he believes in a strong, affirmative role for the department he’s been selected to lead.
In 2009, the U.S. Navy started offering a career break to help retain service members. Now the other armed forces—and private companies—are following suit.
A rise in the number and types of immigrant workers has benefits for high- and low-earning residents.
The latest round of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Innovation Teams program encourages cities to find solutions based on data analysis and a human-centered approach.
In working-class north Denver, a $1.2 billion cut-and-cover project may transform the neighborhood that the highway once isolated. But some residents fear they'll be left behind.
When workers emigrate to the U.S., the regions they leave behind often adopt identities that straddle borders.
Will your city go into triage mode, double down on progressive policies, or flex its financial muscle in 2017?
The 24/7 call center, staffed by professional counselors, is meant for riders who’ve experienced groping, fondling, and indecent exposure.
The economic clustering of cities often ignores the lines drawn on maps.
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