A photographer documents the way residents of Amman, Jordan, get around.
Fifty years after its debut, Seattle’s Jetsons-era World's Fair is still shaping the city, an example of how an ephemeral exposition can have a permanent impact.
The job market for this year's college graduates is tough, but choosing the right city can make all the difference.
Depending on where you live, you might see hockey nuts chucking fish, octopi, beef, or sex toys.
Despite losing the Nets, the city's downtown is getting great press.
Elimination of the annual census would have huge implications for how the federal government allocates money to states and municipalities.
Who doesn't want to enjoy some alone time in a shiny polyhedron from outer space?
As London debuts its newest structural wonder, a tour of its counterparts around the world.
The city's Hotaru festival uses LED bulbs designed to mimic the light of the insects that once “gemmed” the Sumida River.
In Montana, a way of life comes to an end for one ranch.
This weekend, an event called Cyclo Femme aims to up the percentage of women on two wheels around the world.
A London company matches flexible tenants with landlords who would otherwise be sitting on empty buildings.
More and more, shipping containers are being used to create big, inter-connected work spaces and homes.
Taxes on quick car-share trips run as high as 60 percent.
For the second time in less than a year, this seaside community is in an uproar over something to do with trees.
The region's reliance on manufacturing may have hindered its economic revitalization, according to a Chicago Fed study.
A Tumblr that explains the life of a planner through, what else, GIFs.
The country's newly digitized land registration database transferred scores of private property parcels to the state.
Also, the Netherlands bans tourists from purchasing marijuana (yes, really), and one Indianapolis contractor gets a visit from Johnny Law.