Scott Pruitt remains unconvinced of the dangers of asbestos.
Decades after the federal government banned consumer uses of lead paint, children are still being poisoned in their own homes.
San Franciscans are clashing over whether to eliminate foam-based items like packing peanuts and egg cartons, or to recycle them.
Trump claims to be one of the best “builders” in the U.S.—but there’s a lot he doesn’t seem to understand about urban planning.
TreeWiFi rewards citizens for their efforts to combat pollution.
The 11th arrondissement’s many homeless residents now know where to get a free meal or use the restroom.
The Freebird Club hopes to form new networks among isolated older residents.
It’s the latest city to make something pretty out of dreary weather.
Urban Confessional lends a helping ear to strangers on the street.
A design model from two Carnegie Mellon students couples environmental conservation with a striking aesthetic.
A conversation with Laura Sullivan, a professor and community advocate picking up the pieces as Flint continues to crumble.
The 79% Work Clock chimes to alert employees of the persistent pay gap in the U.S.
A recently published report by the National Association of City Transportation Officials includes insights from dozens of officials and practitioners across North America.
For the next six months, passengers at Holborn station will be asked to stand on both sides.
Discounted MetroCards would provide affordable transit access to those who need it the most.
President Obama has declared the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum a national monument on “Equal Pay Day.”
This new monthly service helps you beat the midday crowd.
Despite its extensive transit systems, plenty of New Yorkers still endure long travel times.
LED lights might be the artificial key to preserving our bodily rhythms.
Men are more likely to be penalized for working part-time than women. But the reason for this advantage may still be rooted in sexism.
A new app lets you chat with your local handyman or plumber in real-time.