Turning urban infrastructure into de facto cooling equipment.
The Russian capital has officially added more than 500 square miles to its footprint.
The future of the map isn't directions, it's information.
A new report makes the case against a top-down approach to developing high-tech districts.
They're an increasingly important part of our lives, but we've shunned them into hiding on rooftops and in fake trees.
New research explains why we decide to look at what everyone else is looking at.
One month before the games, the city spruces itself up – plus a few rumblings of resentment under the surface.
A new documentary sheds light on the Greek city's most vulnerable residents.
Scenes of damage, after the derecho.
The "Buurbecue" acts as the food-grade grease that gets friendly chitchat rolling.
Congress had an opportunity to bring America into the 21st century. Instead it chose to pass a bill that will do little to improve access to public transportation.
A survey of retired New York City police officers shows a "rotten barrel," according to the study authors.
Three million dollars will get you 25 cottages and nearly 20 acres of land.
Seeing a public amenity in a street-facing TV in Ann Arbor.
The invention of the air conditioner is still shaping the future growth of global metros.
Lawns can play a key role in absorbing carbon dioxide emissions.
A trick for keeping residents of sweaty cities cool.
The balconies in the apartment have planters, built-in benches, and even fountains.
A social media hoax outwitted an anti-tax group and galvanized voters in Troy, Michigan.