An art installation on San Francisco's China Beach examines the tract home as a symbol for the American Dream.
Satellite images of vegetation can help to forecast droughts and fires and even diseases.
Temporary employment accounted for 15 percent of the nation's job growth over the past four years, but some metro areas are worse off than others.
Here's one way to activate public space at night.
A day in the life of Brazil's subway and bus commuters.
The American Public Transportation Association has filed a lawsuit to halt "frivolous" cases brought by a mysterious company based in Luxembourg.
Without a constitutional protection, America's familiar cultural divides may only grow deeper.
Will Eric Garcetti push for a reconciliation between the regulatory system, the existing industry and the new entrants?
Multimedia artist Brian Foo's latest project explores how urban forms shapes our lives.
Crowds gathered at San Francisco's City Hall and outside the U.S. Supreme Court to watch and then celebrate today's landmark rulings.
It's not as crazy as it might sound.
The first map we've ever seen showing a Hooters next to Saks.
After 20 years of creating retreats from the stress of urban living, the TKF Foundation has an intuitive sense of what makes them work.
OK, who dropped acid into England's water supply?
Super-highways, car-shaped holding pens, and more.
Some good and bad news from a new report on the state of the nation's housing.
European rail travel is often more expensive and harder to book than cheap, no-frills plane tickets. But that's about to change.
How the future of the country sees the future of of public libraries.
Among the alleged fan transgressions: throwing beer bottles and cans at police horses.