"We thought in this moment it was important show solidarity as caring human beings."
Rather than improving police accountability, the city inexplicably took away an important source of transportation.
Early reports suggest at least one of the bombs used in yesterday's Boston Marathon attack was hidden in a garbage can. There's a case to be made for removing them all.
A documentary details the story of Annie "Londonderry" Kopchovsky, who rode around the world on two wheels in 15 months.
The Chinese capital estimates 10 percent of its population lives in tiny, below-ground apartments. Are they crazy or clever?
Locals on social media report a distinct lack of chaos, "just a feeling that everyone is focused."
New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C. have stepped up police presence on transit, at tourist attractions, and near hotels.
There are reasons why places like Boston have tended to think of themselves as relatively safe compared to say, New Orleans.
If there's an uplifting lesson from Boston, it may be the many people who will overcome the trauma of tragedy.
Race officials are reviewing security precautions with local police after the attacks in Boston Monday.
This is more true than ever in the digital age.
Modern-day militia activists have attempted to hold rallies on this holiday in recent years.
Though cell service is spotty, social media is connecting family members and friends.
Maps of where blasts occurred, the race course, the streets in question.
Apparent terror attacks at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Rather, it's about a neat community art project dealing with old tires.
The fight against outmoded 20th-century infrastructure.
There's still time to enter the international mobile application contest from the New Cities Foundation.