When suburbs pay massive subsidies for professional ballparks, everyone suffers.
State lawmakers are debating whether to keep ailing nuclear plants alive. The outcome will set a precedent for more states to come.
Many people aren’t familiar with the term that encompasses businesses like Uber and Airbnb, while others argue that the phrase may be deceptive.
Over 1 million new Londoners will arrive within a decade—while some northern cities shrink.
A documentary profiles residents who scavenge for metals and plastics.
The tuber-and-millet brew provides the “earliest direct evidence of in situ beer production in China.”
The Department of Labor just finalized a new rule extending income-based overtime protections for the first time since 2004.
A new book from StoryCorps about loving work compiles interviews with referees, subway conductors, teachers, and more.
A new report documents the extent of billionaire wealth across the world.
Cities that mix different languages are born from the movements of people—but they’re also made, a new book finds.
A new analysis by the Pew Research Center pinpoints the areas with the largest shares of middle-income adults in the U.S.
This bridge would restore a link between Brooklyn and Governors Island.
A major chain and a high-profile New York spot have reversed course on a dining trend that’s come to be tied to workers’ welfare.
It would require changing the way we conduct global trade.
Not only does the creative class skew white, but there are few U.S. cities where the black creative class appears to be doing as well as their white counterparts.
The Museum of Modern Art will host a new show on the global refugee crisis.
More local-level policy wonks are saying “yes in my back yard” to density, transit, and change.
Scientists want to know what the animals are eating while surrounded by lots of concrete, cars, and people.
The renowned urbanist allegedly wrote a protest song against Robert Moses with Bob Dylan. She might not sing the same tune about preservation today.