The skyline gets a new addition, and more news.
They aren't going away, but we can at least limit their harm.
Artists like Kathryn Clark are using their work to explore the impacts of America's financial meltdown.
We'd love to get from New York to Beijing in 2 hours, but we won't hold our breath.
After a boom, demand for multi-family housing will settle, according to forecast.
This year, the city will spread NHL fans out to TV-outfitted community centers and hire an events planner to make the atmosphere more "festive."
Perhaps its time to start referring to a 'religiosity belt,' instead.
In Havana, the purchase and sale of private property became legal just six months ago. Here's how it's changing the look of the city.
The Census Bureau is getting ready for the release of all the forms from its 1940 count.
The economic recovery remains uneven according to a Brookings Metro Monitor report released today.
An Australian-based architect with a China-heavy portfolio talks about the differences in building trends between the two countries.
Sure, the sticks have Sasquatch and the Jackalope. But what creepy cryptids lurk in thriving American cities?
A debate over what color to paint a town landmark.
To Antony Wood's mind, the future of cities is vertical, replete with super-tall buildings, rooftop parks and, yes, lots of skybridges.
Five charts can explain what the diabetes epidemic has to do with our current urban planning.
A photographer layers history over buildings that no longer remain.
Artist Steve Wilkin sketches those who ride the 7:38 train in a free newspaper.
Census figures show widespread increases in the square mileage of urbanized areas in the U.S.
The city's affordability and edgy culture is helping turn it into a world-class high-tech center.