The country has vowed to give up coal. But what will come next?
Four charts that point to the merits of fix-it-first road funding.
Controversial new research predicts that over the coming century, rising temperatures will result in more violent crime.
Home value is disproportionately concentrated in just a handful of U.S. cities and towns.
$1 of every $2 Americans spend is on real estate and transportation. It doesn't have to be that way.
The retail behemoth might not feel much pain from a hike, but some of its competitors would.
Yes, there are regional differences to the form, and the expressions captured in them.
The average fare for a flight from the U.S. to Europe will vary by $256 from when a ticket is first offered to the day the plane takes off.
The workers who need them most are getting them least.
The sheer number of households on the planet is now rising much faster than the global population.
New York rates four common options.
But Internet companies and their high-paid web developers are only part of the story.
The risky business of becoming a company town.
A global survey.
The quarter of households without Internet are disproportionately made up of families with less income and education.
Recent claims that we're already there may be overstated.
There are tremendous differences in what it takes for workers to get by in different parts of the country.
Comparing the Motor City's manufacturing woes to the rest of the region.
Hospital rooms, shopping floors, and fast-food counters: This is where the future of U.S. employment lives. We think.