Researchers find that strong ties to a neighborhood, while normally a good thing, can make it even harder to recover from shared stress
Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing services are ripe to expand to cities of all sizes
Turns out the U.S. is an outlier when it comes to creative paths to prosperity
Infrastructure for poverty assistance in the suburbs can't keep up with increased demand
The new book 'Carrot City' celebrates the aesthetics of urban agriculture
Stealing and reselling copper wire from abandoned homes is so yesterday
Walking and social interaction are high in this planned community, but commuting by transit remains low
Cleveland finds a way to embrace winter at Progressive Field
Tea Party activism is behind decision to remove the dentifrice from public drinking water
Sunday's 10-mile street closure in Los Angeles is a sign of progress in a city short on public space
They're less visible, but most cities have flags just like countries or states. Some are great. Others, not so much.
Health differences between blacks and whites all but disappear in diverse neighborhoods, a new study shows
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By restricting pedestrian movement, the city rewards bad drivers
The billionaire recently joined an effort to redevelop inner-city areas "holistically"
The threat of foreclosure still looms large in metropolitan Cleveland
Arturas Zuokas's viral tank video honored for 'improbable research'
Revised census figures reveal the cities with the most same-sex households
Michael Pollan's bestseller returns with whimsical art from Maira Kalman