A Handsome Atlas celebrates Uncle Sam’s data chops by reproducing three Statistical Atlases from the late 1800s.
A new analysis of accidents from 2000-2010 finds that drivers and riders share equal fault, but not equal suffering.
This is what it looks like when hundreds of thousands of people stand still at the exact same time.
A new California law says drivers can text and email via voice systems safely — but the evidence begs to differ.
We're looking at you, erratic lane weavers.
Climate Desk lays out the contents of China's air pollution.
Integration is the best way to make our cities safer.
A new report details the $450 billion annual federal investment in what gets built in America.
Measures that don't account for location fail to capture purchasing power differences.
Stores don't need nearly as much retail space as they used to, and this is seriously hurting the country's real estate market.
Cities around the world are reinventing the highway with things like de-icing pavements, color-changing paint and wind-powered street lights.
Americans moved less than ever between 2005 and 2010 — but no one seems to know why.
Homicide rates have fallen significantly in some places. Does economic development deserve the credit?
Trends in gun ownership, attitudes and violence have shifted notably over the past few decades.
The super storm may not have stopped companies from hiring, but it did wreak havoc with people's ability to get to their jobs.
A small number of coastal cities get the bulk of the benefit.
At what thresholds of diversity does a single county turn blue?
They may buy less per visit. But over the course of a month, bikers out-consumed drivers at bars, restaurants and convenience stores.
Levying fees on income and property just isn't working anymore. Cities need to be able to charge people who commute in.