The metros where new American citizens live now.
"The Majesty" is an installation in an abandoned London railway vault that's crawling with slow-moving, spore-spitting mold.
California still reigns supreme.
Designers flipped a bronze scale model of the Taj Mahal for a table that sells for €36,000.
City kids are disproportionately jailed in facilities that don't meet their needs. Here's what can be done.
Once a staple of the Manhattan lunch scene, the automat sees new life as a replica for an exhibit about lunch.
Rob Ford ends his quest to lose 50 pounds in a painful-looking way.
A new UN report shows the urban face of global displacement.
Despite hopes, tourism hasn't pulled Greece out of its recession.
Reports of the death of the Sheridan Expressway have been greatly exaggerated.
The artist collective Broken City Lab is working to re-engage citizens in the struggling city of Windsor, Ontario.
An educational film from Chevrolet explains what it took to make an accurate map.
In Paris, a glimpse at what could be.
Something dramatic has to happen to fundamentally change how and where Americans live. But what if the recession wasn't it?
Leaked news of the city's first Olympic moment include nods to England's musical influence and winks to its agrarian past.
The rate of homeownership has virtually no bearing on the economic development of America's cities and metros.
This chart might break your brain.
Is this what passes as "genuine Italian pizza" nowadays?
Mayors have direct control of 75 percent of emission sources in their cities, according to a new report.