The Lone Star State continues to dominate when it comes to new home construction.
Also banned recently: Porch sofas in Durham, North Carolina; public profanity near Boston; a British man who drinks mouthwash.
A box made with the apartment in mind, formed by a patchwork of drawers.
Scenes from Syria's Homs.
According to an American Planning Association poll, Americans want sidewalks, transit, and locally owned businesses.
A vacant Michigan strip mall becomes a symbol in a Congressional primary race, but it's really part of a much broader problem.
Despite being home to a world famous tourist attraction, Niagara Falls, New York, is in danger of no longer being considered a city.
The new owner of the Hornets wants to change the team's name. But in a city obsessed with its own authenticity, finding the right one will be no easy task.
At least one massively successful city innovation, 311, suggests it can.
Thousands of new units are set to open in 2013. Will that bring rents down?
New Yorkers can fly through the air as part of the city's summer celebration of livable streets.
Cities in developing countries will see waste management challenges skyrocket as they continue to grow.
This weather-producing coat out of Cambridge is perfect for city-dwellers who want privacy.
Right now, civic-minded digital innovation is done mostly by volunteer hackathons and app contests. Code for America has a plan to change that.
The dance of the "Human Theaters."
The "Mayors Challenge" will award "breakthrough solutions" to urban problems.
Here's how one Tokyo designer imagines it.
With Washington paralyzed by political dysfunction, is it time for mayors to take over?
How, if at all, can we quantify the relative complexity of a place?