Officials have confirmed a truck collided with the trusses.
Sears is looking into re-purposing its shuttered stores as datacenters, starting with one in Chicago.
There are several reasons to be excited about streetcars — and several others to be skeptical.
Some San Franciscans are not happy about the new public art at Crissy Field, which they claim obstructs views and looks like "giant steel droppings."
The Downtown Eastside neighborhood had a rocky spring.
Demolished and rebuilt, Brasilia's Mane Garrincha National Stadium is almost ready.
It's been a bruising and emotional year for Chicago's Board of Education and opponents alike. But the hardest part is still to come.
Researchers gave hundreds of computers to California students who didn't have them at home. Nothing changed.
Soon there will be a windmill for your exhale, too.
A new report examines the human toll of the hurricane.
Plus a brief history of Rob Ford impersonators.
Turns out, it's hard to get a good picture of an eruption, which makes these shots all the more remarkable.
There's a lot of fear and misinformation out there, but a new public relations initiative called ReThink is trying to change that.
That's about a quarter the size of Oklahoma's state budget.
Results from the latest Capital Bikeshare member survey in Washington, D.C.
At any given time, 30 percent of Americans report "not feeling close to people."
8 of the country's 15 fastest-growing cities are in Texas.
A collection of the city's subway maps since 1935.