At that time of day all over the world, most people are experiencing a "largely pleasant social interaction."
The borough is splattered with escaped pollutants like oil, paint, raw sewage, and mystery blood.
A new report finds that photo IDs cost more to implement than they save preventing fraud. And they make the program harder for beneficiaries to use.
The difference in cost is negligible, but the convenience gap remains.
A new Brookings report finds that jobs have sprawled outside city centers and away from poor and minority suburbs.
The group planning Boston's bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games now wants to put the idea to a vote. But residents still don't want the mega-event.
Photos of creepy, abandoned malls are eerie, but misleading. Most of America's malls are doing just fine.
Excavations of mass graves have delayed a new train ticket hall in London and a supermarket development in Paris.
Car use was up in 2014, but there's still plenty of evidence we've hit "peak car."
What happens when the country's largest state runs low on water?
A UPS program in Louisville gives students free tuition for working the third shift, but at what cost?
If your quest for "the one" spans oceans, here's an atlas that can guide you.
It's not because they don't like books.
Austin has a history of systemic segregation problems, even when there's no festival in town.
A downside to New York's sprawling, world class transit system.
#RaceTogether is ridiculous. The company should let its record of giving meaningful opportunities to minorities stand alone.
A new analysis finds that the largest cities in the U.S. are also some of its most unequal, now more than ever.
Showdowns like this one stand to increase as car-reliance declines.