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Worried your new iPhone 5 will be the object of thieves? What if it came with a small utility blade?
Three of the finalists in this week's startup contest offer city-themed innovations.
Very, is our guess.
White roofs help bring down the heat, but researchers worry they could also stop the rain.
A recent study connecting the presence of Walmarts with hate groups makes a number of problematic logical leaps.
At its widest point, the Keret House in Warsaw is little more than 4 feet across.
The capital of Ecuador has one of the best-preserved city centers in Latin America.
The city's population is expected to mushroom to 9.1 million by 2030. Here's a novel way to accommodate that growth.
During a 19-day strike in 1987, teachers eventually set up temporary classrooms.
The original Twin Towers had trouble finding tenants, but the new buildings are off to a promising start.
Leagues are taking an impressive range of innovative and cost-effective steps toward sustainability.
Designing adaptability will help suburban areas meet residents' needs over the long term.
More than 400 zones in Britain's dominant city have extra rules. Disobeying them can get you a ticket.
Is this still a good idea?
Guarding your belongings is hard to do when the thief is one foot tall and can fly.
350,000 students got the day off; the mayor clarified his taste in music.
Ready for a feel-good edition of our weekly restroom column?
A large share of urban dwellers live in areas where road noise is highly irritating.