The future of burial might be interactive—or it might be eco-compostable.
Affordability and public support is helping a handful of Southern U.S. cities seem more attractive to entrepreneurs. But can it last?
Blame more hot weather and longer droughts for a predicted uptick in land-blackening blazes.
In every urban demographic group in our State of City poll, the majority commuted by car.
Navigation apps are transforming the way we experience urban environments, for better and for worse.
Scientists working in smoggy Houston say planting a 1.5-square-mile forest would make the air more breathable.
We might be able to garden.
Americans are far more likely to work on weekends or in the dead of night.
Over the course of 3 years, pregnant women living in Vancouver’s greenest neighborhoods delivered healthier babies than those in less tree-lined communities.
"Branding" revamped neighborhoods for a barely past history can feel like a backhanded homage.
The Patriots really do rule New England, and the Cowboys might just be America's team. But after that, things get complicated.
Some farmers are facing a crisis this harvest season because trains aren't keeping up with transport demand.
It can take as little as 2 hours for one stomach-flu sufferer to contaminate half of a single office.
It's the 10th largest incentive deal ever, with Nevada paying nearly $200,000 per job.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Economists look to massively multi-player online games for insight into real-world money questions.
In D.C, developers and restaurateurs are now subject to the kind of disdain that punks once held for the former president. It's only partly deserved.
BuildingEye thinks finding info on construction and development plans should be as simple as a web search.
Across Rio, brothel revenues were down anywhere from 15 to 50 percent.