The planning debate that sparked Turkey's recent protests is part of a larger, kind of weird architectural trend.
Your weekly roundup of what cities are banning around the world.
The Chinese city is building out its subway system so fast, this Shang dynasty archaeological site never stood a chance.
34 Roma people have been removed from their makeshift homes outside Spain's capital.
It is from this remote community in southern Kazakhstan that humans first sent a satellite, an animal, and a person into orbit. But it didn't get an MRI machine until 2011.
What our devices can tell us about the geographic divisions of urban wealth.
Plutocratization is a problem in a very select group of U.S. cities — three to be exact.
In an internship that doesn't pay? Get up and leave the office. You have nothing to lose. Literally. Nothing.
New tests show the nuclear plant's groundwater is still toxic.
These "crucial" recommendations, part of a 33-point building task force proposal, should apply to both future construction and existing structures.
Let me just walk across the room to get that – OUCH!
An innovative program aimed at getting more fruits and veggies to the poor is set to debut this summer in Detroit.
The lightning pace of world urbanization is on display in these animated GIFs of Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Hong Kong and other exploding metropolises.
How a crack scandal has helped reveal the failures of a municipal government structure.
Oh, the places you'll pretend to go!
The city of Lynn, Massachusetts, has approved extraordinary measures to shield homeowners and communities from predatory banks.
At least, that's not what's going on in this widely circulated photo of a sinkhole filled with bright green ooze.
Plus more findings from HUD's landmark first study on LGBT housing discrimination.