A silver lining.
Much of last night's action took place in Cambridge and Watertown, a western suburb of Boston.
Data about traffic accidents that nearly happen could help prevent collisions that actually do.
Sometimes, it can be in a city's best interest to encourage the people who do it.
A new book invites New York residents to draw their own experiences on maps of Manhattan.
If climate change caused the waters to rise by 500 feet, this is what major international cities might look like.
If one were to somehow take a mental-health reading of commuters at 6:30 p.m. on a Monday, it would look something like this "Frustration Index."
Maps of where blasts occurred, the race course, the streets in question.
Also: unmarried couples and poor families.
The MBTA has opened a competition to the public. And a good thing too - the current map has serious flaws.
The cities that lead America's transition from a goods-producing to service economy.
You probably didn't even know that watercolor comes in 3D.
Suddenly, the earth beneath our atmosphere becomes much clearer – and more beautiful.
Thanks to the open data movement, anyone can be a cartographer. Professor Laura Kurgan on geography as a storytelling tool.
There's a decisive break between Democratic and Republican support at a population density of 800 persons/per square mile.
A new report by the EPA found that the majority of rivers and streams can't support healthy aquatic life.
And what if it's not other people who live there?
The Cosmic Microwave Background, or CMB, was imprinted on the sky when the universe was young.
A new app from Texas researchers shows how clouds of lung-pummeling ozone move through Houston neighborhoods.