When America's first "active" retirement communities opened, average life expectancy was 69.7. Now it's 78.7
Why not use a network of cannons to shoot water to parched farms? Oh, right – for lots of reasons.
Garbage is an issue.
Also, a look at Singapore's intense campaign to reform dag-nasty bathrooms.
In March, youth unemployment hit 50 percent in Greece. Six months later, it's only gotten worse.
Mandated planning improves metro area transit patterns, but maybe not enough.
The latest entrant claims to be more convenient than a standard bike-safety light, but we've got a few concerns.
Apple Maps is so flawed it's forcing users to discover even better, city-specific alternatives.
Celebrations in time for the former leader's 143rd birthday.
A marketing campaign's cameras turn a select number of public spaces into stages.
A Chicago group is fighting storm water pollution and heat islands by offering rebates to people who buy trees or rain barrels.
Researchers measuring pollution during last year's 405 closure find air quality improved by as much as 83 percent.
Urban growth isn't necessarily streaming in from the countryside.
The U.S. economy is made up of hundreds of metro regions that grow and decline at different rates.
Nerds crowdsource a sci-fi adventure that imagines the city as a post-apocalyptic wonderland.
Also, high per capita incomes and a booming population.
Many city dwellers might not realize they need a bed tent. They're probably correct.
Barclays Center can't be assessed as a standalone building; its impact on the surrounding neighborhood must be taken into account.