Trump’s education budget aims to deliver a big boost to “school choice”—and siphon resources from urban schools in low-income areas.
In 1986, the city of Baltimore battled the Reagan administration over its local anti-apartheid ordinances—and won. How they prevailed may have important lessons for cities trying to resist Trump today.
Officials in Latvia’s capital keep saying there’s no room for dedicated lanes. Cycling activists just showed them how it’s done.
Employment may have rebounded since the Great Recession, but the staggering regional gaps in both real wages and productivity are getting worse.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu explains to his city why four monuments commemorating the Lost Cause and the Confederacy had to come down.
A lesson from Cleveland: To avoid deepening inequality, prepare for economic growth before it starts.
The QLine is hardly mass transit.
The White House proposes cuts to HUD that top 13 percent. Among the victims: the National Housing Trust Fund, a resource devoted exclusively to America’s most vulnerable households.
Just 16 percent of children who grow up in poverty manage to become economically successful adults. How do they do it?
Hong Kong figured out how to make shopping malls a sensible part of the urban fabric. Can this model go global?