America's major cities lean Democratic, but these swing state metropolises could end up playing a deciding role.
Chris Ware chats about his imaginative new work, Building Stories.
In chart form.
Data engineers examined more than 3 million tweets to create this sprawling linguistic cartography.
How the photo was shot, and what it means.
Sandy seems to be bringing out the best in a lot of New Yorkers, including the Zucotti Park organizers.
Climate change is here. Here's what cities can do to mitigate some of its worst effects.
Fire Island, a beach community off the coast of Long Island, struggles in the wake of massive Sandy damage.
"We really don't care about the election right now, it's the furthest thing from our minds," one resident says. Still, officials are scrambling to keep the polls open Tuesday.
Using 9/11 as a guide to figure out the super-storm's impact.
As Massachusetts governor, Romney was a believer in smart growth, climate change and mass transit. But the same man may not enter the White House, if he wins.
The ominous, obsidian graduation pavilion is named the "League of Shadows."
The exiting Wired editor-in-chief explains why the maker revolution is becoming the new industrial revolution.
Data are scarce, but a look at grants from the National Institutes of Health gives us at least a partial picture.
Our weekly look back at the stories you may have missed.
FEMA finally arrives to assess damage, and finds a community already sifting through the rubble.
See what I did there?
Thanks to Sandy, New Yorkers have created an informal network of public phone-charging stations. But why did they have to?