Architect Ross Chapin designs single-family units that are both energy-efficient and photogenic
How the police mastered the art of recovering the kidnapped and more news
The city holds several advantages for creative types, despite its high cost of living
Feeling connected to a neighborhood is a good thing. But what if where you live doesn't have a real name?
The next urban agglomerations will be big, populated and crucial to the economy
New evidence of a "sprawling metropolis" that existed in East St. Louis from 1000-1300 A.D.
In England, an anti-HS2 ballad is hotter than Adele or Coldplay
From Twitter to "third places," here are some innovative urban ideas that aren't going away
The murder rate jumped 14 percent and other news
A round-up of new municipal laws from around the country
Today's NHL Winter Classic has netted cities as much as $36 million in revenue and Philadelphia is hoping to exceed that record
Should infrastructure banks replace our current system of funding roads and transit through grants?
High rates of foreclosure plague the state’s metros, but there are some reasons for hope
Capital Bikeshare anticipated (and addressed) a lot of the criticisms of their new program for the unbanked
Striking libraries, museums and community facilities
The city has pledged to build a new subway line every year between now and 2017
New York creates a new kind of shelter to help the city track its feral cat population
When it comes to winning championships, big cities have some natural assets. But smaller areas can leverage their own advantages too
NYC subway riders trapped on A train last winter sue the city for a "policy that will benefit the public now and for years to come"