Everybody wants to get out of Illinois and Connecticut, it seems, and nobody wants to leave Montana.
Spoiler alert: It's mostly just watching TV.
Understanding mistakes of the past can help guide U.S. transportation policy in the future.
Over the top, yes, but also pretty fun.
Who would've thought that the state New Yorkers move to the most is Florida?
New maps show the geographic differences among Mexican, Salvadorean, Cuban, and other ethnic populations.
Cy Twombly left out New Mexico "because otherwise the map would look like underpants."
Super-highways, car-shaped holding pens, and more.
A perfect representation of density.
The United States is not just as a single national economy but a collection of city and metro economies, and they're growing at starkly different rates.
Restrictions on driving is the biggest factor, experts argue in a new study.
The invention of the air conditioner is still shaping the future growth of global metros.
What other factors influence which states have the highest teen birthrates?
The geography of where in the U.S. people lack health insurance is striking.
Maybe — but only if car travel becomes relatively more expensive