One British designer imagines future office space as symbiotic orchid farms.
New research confirms that human psychology isn't the cause. Physics is.
London pays tribute to Saturday Night Fever with a party in some abandoned train tunnels.
The British Armed Forces could provide up to 16,500 personnel for the Olympics, 7,000 more than are in Afghanistan.
Queens Councilman Peter Vallone wants to end the trend of naming infrastructure after living people.
Allowing bus riders to board in the rear as well as the front is common outside the U.S., but few American transit agencies have been willing to try it.
Spotty sales, an illegal black market, and corporate favoritism have marred the ticket buying process for this summer's games.
"Kinetic Rain" is airport art that actually doesn't suck.
The West African metropolis has hit 21 million, surpassing Cairo.
A new memorial, opening today, pays tribute to Muslims massacred during the Bosnian War.
The acrobatic structure spirals over an open air performance space in the water.
Forecasters warn that this will be the wettest Summer Games ever, and many venues were not designed for dreary weather.
Most jobs are near mass transit. But actually taking transit to work is out of the question for most Americans.
Inspired by a new contest to write a song inspired by the G train.
A simple idea has exponential benefits for cities and communities.
Which metros have the largest share of service class workers?
A spate of injuries and deaths have forced cities to reassess how pedestrians and cyclists interact.
With 13,000 gallons of beer about to get skunked in a power outage, a Northern Virginia brewery found that it had many, many friends.
Mapping the city's church bells, sirens, and calls to prayer.