The influential Carnegie Mellon professor turned 90 this week, garnering a terrific profile in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Today's business-centric view of the mail system stands in contrast to its historical civic mandate
Students now have the right to choose their own hairstyle, and other news
Baltimore's program to mediate disagreements between gang members successfully prevents homicides
Dennis Maitland shoots the city from its highest perches, all while conquering his fear of heights
Energy-efficient homes are cheaper in the long run, and that's what buyers want
The issues facing the nation's cities were largely ignored in the president’s speech
Public transportation riders aren't shy about expressing their displeasure when things go wrong
New York and Boston are trying to get a bigger slice of the VC pie. But a new report suggests they're going to have to work a lot harder.
Half of Detroit's children live in poverty, more than double the state average
A nearby meat-packing plant is being investigated as the cause of Trinity River's platelet-rich waters
Bidding for the 2020 games is heating up. Local support bolsters unlikely Baku
How the claims in a promotional video stack up today
A new report suggests that retrofitting is almost always more energy efficient
A set of striking photos from around the city
A new shop will sell hand-made, locally built bicycles to riders who want to stay a while
What happens when a town offers its public spaces to artists to do what they want
John Jones says he's made $20,000 reselling tossed Metrocards. Should that be legal?
Does a controversial new app herald the death of street smarts?