The U.S. financial meltdown, coupled with a major education crisis, left the city reeling.
Mayor Julián Castro understands the power of government during economic downturns. Will he address this at the Democratic National Convention?
Metro areas with low rates of marriage, high unemployment, and low educational attainment have the largest share of 'boomerang' kids.
Property taxes are still down, which means schools are still cutting staff. Will the teaching economy ever recover?
America's got plenty of vacant properties and a serious homelessness problem. But of course, it's not that simple.
Something dramatic has to happen to fundamentally change how and where Americans live. But what if the recession wasn't it?
In recent years, we've seen an explosion of events and organizations aiming to remake our neighborhoods and our cities.
Artists like Kathryn Clark are using their work to explore the impacts of America's financial meltdown.
The recession didn't skip Seattle, but the city stuck by its downtown and reaped the rewards.
It's time to take some serious action. Here are three first steps.
The state shows the depths of the continuing crisis, but also offers some insightful solutions.
A new report from the U.S. Conference of Mayors predicts when U.S. metros will return to pre-crisis job levels