The odd vehicle, which transforms old coffee grounds into hydrogen, recently set a Guinness land-speed record.
The sixth installment in our series mapping the class divides in America's cities and metros.
Why do pigeons bob their heads? Do squirrels know where they hide their nuts? And other questions answered in this new art-meets-science book.
Go into a grocery store. Pretend to fall down while carrying two gallons of milk. Post on the Internet.
The latest sign of changing attitudes.
Should the title of Most Boring City Simulator go to garbage collection, toilet cleaning or European bus driving?
Districts serving less affluent communities will be hit the hardest by cuts.
Murals once devoted to the troubles now take on sporting victories and cultural achievements.
This is shameful on multiple fronts.
Some naming rights just aren't worth it.
Larkinville, Buffalo's most successful urban development initiative in decades, merges city hip with suburban convenience.
A story of trash and class in America.
Some bike advocates see fees as a useful starting point in an inevitable discussion about sharing road costs.
Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm wants to see states and metro areas compete for green energy funding.
The International City was supposed to relieve the economic pressures faced by the middle class. Instead there's been nothing but problems.
Studying the emissions of megacities like Los Angeles promises to be the next big thing in combating global warming.
What better way for cyclists to show their contempt for the car-driving masses than riding around on the carcass of a dismembered vehicle?
Design firm Street Plans Collaborative has started tracking informal street furniture, and you can help.