As bikes boom in Canada’s second largest city, advocates warn the city might not be taking safety seriously enough.
As more laws are enacted to protect the gun industry, a new public database reveals striking differences in how guns are regulated across the U.S.
Just 16 percent of children who grow up in poverty manage to become economically successful adults. How do they do it?
A flash competition in New York City asks designers to come up with way to make protests stand out as they become more frequent.
Hong Kong figured out how to make shopping malls a sensible part of the urban fabric. Can this model go global?
A team of architects tried to understand the appeal of New York City’s most-loved buildings by recreating them for the 21st century.
The company plans to turn a Beaux Arts gem into a lavish gadget store. But there should be a better public use of such a cherished site.
Seattle built some of the longest highway bridges that float on water. Soon, one of them will carry a train system, too.
The city is planning a major green makeover to combat the heat island and create a more welcoming place for humans and animals alike.
In a country that really loves its trains, the latest wonder is about more than just a fancy trip.