A lawsuit just filed in New York on behalf of black borrowers in Detroit connects for the first time the housing collapse with civil rights law.
The Kauffman Foundation's Samuel Arbesman on his new book, The Half-Life of Facts.
Back in the 1980s, the area lost a fifth of its building stock.
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A new documentary examines the Dutch approach.
The shaming of helmet-less bikers continues, but this ad seems more likely to discourage people from biking than anything else.
We will all remember where we were the moment a man dove back to Earth from the edge of space, landed on his face and was carried away by a shrieking bird.
Robert Rickhoff's surrealistic city architecture blends "fun" with "fatalities."
Closing the gender gap means getting women not merely around bikes, but on them—with regularity.
Endeavour makes a hulking, halting trip through Los Angeles.
Last year, the ranks of the super-rich shrunk around the world.
A new modeling system called "Hestia" traces greenhouse gases to individual urban buildings and roads.
The Saw Doctors, an Irish rock band, is leading a campaign to restore a small part of Tuam.
New Census data offers insight on a better way to measure the density of U.S. cities.
Dog poop covers the streets, sidewalks, and parks of Argentina's capital. The city government says it's working on a plan, but it's not easy to change a culture.
"Partir" is a stop-motion tale of passion, separation, and white chalk.
The Indian city is setting itself up as a model for how struggling cities can better handle waste disposal.
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An ad campaign from British Columbia backfires.