Photographing the complex legacies of the war-torn host of the 1984 Winter Olympics.
A new study claims to "contradict" the premise that density discourages driving — but does it?
With gang members openly posting about their plans to commit violent acts on Facebook and YouTube, police departments nationwide find increased challenges and unique advantages.
London's most athletic vermin run the torch in this charming animation.
Done right, the Olympics can increase a city's public spaces and public transportation use.
The Indian capital's heavy traffic is suffocating its bus system.
The athletic apparel company gives other Londons publicity as it continues its tradition of ambush ads.
Don't get too excited about a seemingly reasonable new policy on citizens photographing police officers. The city was forced to do it, and they're not happy about it.
Also, medical-marijuana dispensaries are outlawed in L.A., chained-up pooches in Virginia.
A station-by-station map of poverty, crowded housing and employment.
The Dutch are in dead last, and one program stands above the rest.
The former Prime Minister, now an Olympics legacy consultant, advises patience when it comes to evaluating the impact of the Games.
Writer Rana Jarbou is blogging her experiences wearing the niqab in Riyadh.
Jerry Brown is taking a blunt approach to a controversial water plan.
Traffic Psychologists in Sao Paolo try to cheer up the city's drivers with signs, high fives, and physical affection.
Designs for greenhouses that would fit between buildings and grow, among other things, bananas.
What do 1.6 billion mass transit trips through the city look like?
The American presidential candidate may not understand that for Britons, complaining is a way of showing you care.
One former war correspondent compared it to the "American military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan."