Blacks and Latinos were more than twice as likely as comparable whites to receive such high-cost loans.
Two generations after the civil rights era, many urban Americans are actually more segregated than ever.
A story told in dots.
And other patterns from a new Election Atlas of New York voting results.
Findings from the police staffing levels of 64 U.S. cities.
Few groups, two researchers argue, are more hypocritical than urbanists discussing gentrification.
Two parallel conversations on race, violence, and stop-and-frisk.
How an idea borrowed from the environmental movement could help narrow racial disparities in the prison system.
The city's redevelopment strategy is starting to pay off, but some familiar tensions have followed.
The Trayvon Martin case and how the definition of justice differs across America.
For starters, they have fewer prospects for moving anywhere else.
In every metropolitan area in the U.S.
How real estate and rental agents find ever-more subtle ways to keep a neighborhood white.
Drowning is the number-two cause of death in children, and the racial disparities in those numbers are important to consider in improving safety.
New research explains why racial segregation hasn't gone away on its own.
Research looking at African Americans in Houston finds a significant correlation.
Minorities are significantly more likely to live in heat-prone neighborhoods that will be particularly at risk with climate change.
For the first time, blacks voted at a higher rate nationally than whites.
Even wealthy people in the suburbs.