The city will reconnect with Detroit's system, but crumbling pipes remain a big problem.
Most children in Hyderabad, India, are expected to follow a STEM career path. But a startup called LearnEd encourages them to explore all their options.
The planned Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon in the U.K. is poised to become one of the most innovative power plants ever constructed.
British voting expert Lord Mark Malloch-Brown comes to America this week for a hard sell on Internet-based balloting.
A new archive collects thousands of vintage NASA photos on Flickr, including candid shots from the Apollo missions.
Getting rid of accidental emergency calls could save San Francisco more than $2 million yearly, says an official.
A new Dutch facility, called Delta Flume, can generate waves up to 15 feet high.
Not sure why there’s a driver right there, though.
People have sought moral explanations for natural disasters since antiquity.
Automation on the roads could be the great public-health achievement of the 21st century.
Contrary to stereotypes, seniors are a natural fit for ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft.
The intelligent posters change over time based on viewer reactions.
A new partnership with Aclima will track air quality in L.A., San Francisco, and California's Central Valley.
West Side Stories is a primer for newcomers and a forum for longtime residents.
Some frat brothers opt for Scarface posters. Ian Reynolds just wants to watch the trains arrive.
A closer look at the West Virginia report at the center of the VW emissions scandal.
The new PetBot gadget lets you check up on your four-legged companion via alerts and animal selfies.
The agency’s satellites have a unique vantage point that can help countries prepare for climate change.