The upcoming film Afripedia showcases the strengths and chaos of an urbanizing Africa.
Some cities and neighborhoods are stuck in vicious cycles of poverty while others have a proven track record of turning poorer children into economic success stories.
Garbage mounds and delayed trains, or annoying techies and no nightlife?
In Buffalo, service workers say "yes!"
There's still a long way to go, but a nationwide movement for better pay is making progress.
"Space is power, right? We don't have a lot of it."
'BOOMTOWNERS' examines how American communities weather rapid transformation in the thick of an oil boom.
Baltimore's 10 p.m. curfew may be keeping things calm, but it's a tough slog for local workers.
The recession appears to have convinced many that they will never escape the working class.
In a rare sign of solidarity, shipping owners are supporting the day-long protest.
The 'Brody' is an effort to reclaim workplace privacy while preserving collaboration—and enhancing comfort and function for the modern office-dweller.
The documentary "The Hand That Feeds" is a humanizing portrait of one battle in the wage war.
The global population is getting older. What can countries do?
The city produces a massive amount of waste, none of which is managed very efficiently.
A new index takes a holistic look at America's inequalities. Yes, that's plural.
Longtime holdout New Orleans just banned smoking in bars. But there are better measurements of what most major cities are doing to clear the air.
An audiologist explains why it's so much more than a mere annoyance.