A ban on outdoor gas heaters from Parisian cafés doesn't look like it will be implemented anytime soon.
Researchers say looters make rational decisions about how far they’re willing to travel to steal what they want.
Also, Australia tests the sewer system for drugs and there's a very suspicious-looking porta-potty at an Oklahoma golf course.
America’s political geography makes defining an algorithm that doesn’t disenfranchise voters incredibly difficult.
Bus operator Alexei Volkov claims to have precipitated more than 100 traffic accidents – mostly just to teach rude drivers a lesson.
Projects from Vancouver to Washington to Kathmandu.
A handful of new buildings bring commerce and artists to the sidewalks.
Where do we house 10.3 million households living in extreme poverty?
As India contemplates a second fare hike in as many months, a Reuters photographer captures what the system means to its riders.
A U.K. initiative paints a vivid picture of what can happen when families don't have to worry about passing cars.
Buildings that look to that ancient, icy form for inspiration.
The series deals with the universal urban problem of bike riders versus drivers.
Five winners will be announced this spring, but these ideas stand out above the rest.
The metros and occupations where independent workers earn the most.
If you live in Manhattan, you might recognize your own window in this curious collection by illustrator José Guízar.
Redrawn maps of the world's air-transport network could change the way we track disease from city to city.
Colorful buildings, monuments that blend, and exciting waterfronts.
5 percent of Tweets out of the city are in a language other than English.
A huge overnight storm trapped commuters, knocked out power and killed at least one person.