Historically the event has hurt local taxpayers and the poor, and Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco is shaping up to be no different.
For women at the border, where to give birth is a matter of enormous consequence. A birthing-center industry has flourished as a result.
That said, the Brooklyn-Queens waterfront connector is far from perfect.
One side does slightly better than the other, in the eyes of the American public.
The state is racially homogenous but politically complex.
A new analysis points to an even bigger impediment to ridership.
“The traditional strategy of adding capacity … exacerbates urban congestion problems.”
A college education has its personal advantages, but it’s critical to thriving cities as well.
They’re a crucial way to engage an already hard-to-reach group of city residents.
For decades, activists have promoted urban agriculture on the outskirts of Havana.
The Dutch capital’s concept is already spreading to other major cities.
“We have Mexicantown, we have Greektown. So, let’s have Banglatown.”
Dense metros tend to offer more economic opportunity than less compact cities do.
Venture capital investment is extremely spiky, but remains concentrated among a select group of cities.
As poverty and hunger spread, charities must figure out how to serve dispersed pockets of need.
The U.K.’s recovery echoes patterns found in the U.S.
Winter Storm Jonas has come and gone. Has your street recovered?
The discount giant is closing 269 stores worldwide—and not even bothering to build stores it promised in poor neighborhoods.