A study of one city finds nearly 30 percent of poor families don't have enough for their children.
It's easy, really: create places people want to be.
Workers in seven metro areas are striking, but their wages are even worse elsewhere.
Investors from crisis-hit Arab regions are driving the city's real estate market.
The cities have been locked in battle since 1885, with no signs of stopping.
Positive Train Control is coming to a railroad near you — but perhaps not as soon as the government wants.
And how the part-political, part-psychological problem can be avoided.
It may be time to revisit the Buy America provision in U.S. transportation funding.
Pittsburgh has Carnegie Mellon. In Cleveland, there's Case Western Reserve. What if there had been, say, a Henry Ford University in Detroit?
How Nashville's music industry really lives up to the hype.
A victory for the city's lawyers, a defeat for public-employee unions.
Big box stores are in desperate need of reinvention. But a handful of communities might have figured out the fix.
In October 1975, only the whims of a union leader separated the city from default.
Smallpox maliciously released in London would spread to several countries before governments could intervene, a new model predicts.
A vast new national study showing how income mobility dramatically varies by city.
The city's fiscal crisis is an opportunity to harness the region's economic promise.
Answers to the questions we're all asking today.
Detroit is activating a specific section of the U.S. bankruptcy code that applies to municipalities.