City residents aged 12 to 25 divvy up $1 million in capital improvements annually.
The horror show that is acceptable SF living speaks to the real effects of the city’s extreme housing shortage.
A new government report details the rights violations in government-run and private facilities.
If the agency required localities to provide data on mobile home parks and their closing, scholars could begin to understand “the social and spacial pressures that under-gird them."
Residents of Coronado, California, marched out a series of absurd anti-bike arguments that somehow won the day.
At Randolph Technical High School in Philadelphia, students are learning about carpentry, culinary arts, and auto repair. Has the system given up on them, or has it saved them?
How conversation helped me connect with longtime residents in my rapidly changing neighborhood.
How the grandson of Friedrich Trump from Kallstadt, Germany, became the voice of U.S. anti-immigration policy.
Explore nuclear and wind facilities, the movement of petroleum, and steamy geothermal fields in this mapping tool.
Communities actively working against affordable housing are being disingenuous—and setting themselves up for a legal fall.
Surprisingly, your chances of living to your next birthday don’t always decline as you age.
A closer look at the West Virginia report at the center of the VW emissions scandal.
The new PetBot gadget lets you check up on your four-legged companion via alerts and animal selfies.
"Right now we have a Hollywood moment.”
A new series by photographer Henry Hargreaves explores consumers’ relationship to sugary drinks.
For 20 years, members of Ballet 40/90 have entertained audiences in Argentina’s capital, rediscovering a passion many assumed they had outgrown.
Major European cities may use cars less, but they still have a long way to go.
The agency’s satellites have a unique vantage point that can help countries prepare for climate change.
Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric has roots in other racially loaded political campaigns.