The wildly car-centric Lebanese capital is trying to be more bicycle friendly, but traffic, politics, and the city’s own tangled history make for an uphill battle.
A computer model is in the works to simulate how New Yorkers would respond in the the first 30 days after a nuclear attack.
Identifying cars would help it speed up pickup times at brick-and-mortar stores—but it could use the information to track your location.
The city has never before used the emergency system the way it did Monday morning.
The social-networking site is helping Seattle’s cops dive deeper into the communities they serve—but the platform can stoke neighborhood paranoia and social stigma.
The city is building the biggest and fastest free network in the country—but it could put low-income users' privacy at risk.
All in the name of serving you more targeted ads.
Money and politics have divided Florida for decades, but the rising sea level has finally prodded the south into action.
Research shows that nonviolent demonstration is more likely to get a movement’s message out. But what if your protest is too peaceful?
The probe will examine the local police department’s use of deadly force and protocols for stops, searches, and arrests.