The recession and housing crisis hit every city a little differently.
Changes in employment in the Cleveland area show shifts in which industries are driving the economy.
This chart illustrates the rise and fall of America's metros.
Canadians make up the largest share.
After six years of decline, more architects now report designing larger homes. But that doesn't necessarily mean what you think it means.
California still reigns supreme.
The rate of homeownership has virtually no bearing on the economic development of America's cities and metros.
Major turning points in life are linked with shifts in car ownership and transit use, a new paper argues.
Trip Advisor ranks the cheapest and most expensive vacation cities for Americans this summer.
There are many more apartment buildings, for one thing.
Deductive reasoning says Seattleites should drink 'em while they got 'em.
Traffic is not an economic problem. It’s an indicator of a healthy urban economy.
The impact of income, class, and religion.
The population of a given metro area affects airline travelers more than you might think.
We're looking at you, Manhattan.
Taxes on quick car-share trips run as high as 60 percent.
61 percent of Americans have a favorable view of their local government.
What's the connection between foreclosures and homelessness?
Denser, more populous cities are more energy efficient than their smaller counterparts.