Top-level vacancies and flatlined funding appear to be the Trump administration’s plans for the Census Bureau.
How a popular meme about neoliberal capitalism and fast-casual architecture owned itself.
In an era of state preemption of local authority, Nashville is pushing ahead with a major transit initiative built on new local taxes.
Ten years ago, anything less than $200 million had little hope of connecting the public and private sectors in the U.S. Now public-private partnerships are driving modernization for many cities—and sometimes controversy.
After 100 years, the Supreme Court decision "Buchanan v. Warley" still haunts us.
Six years after Norway’s bloodiest day since WWII, the country hasn’t settled on how to remember the violence. The U.S. is even further behind.
Since no city submitted the perfect bid for the company’s second world headquarters, I put together my own.
Yuriko Koike’s upstart national political party nearly unseated Japan’s longtime ruling party. Instead, a dramatic gender gap remains in Japanese political leadership.
How well do we prioritize what to build or fix? Not well at all, says a new report.
Matthew Desmond’s Pulitzer Prize–winning book about structural poverty will soon be an “immersive” exhibition at D.C.’s National Building Museum.
Washington, D.C., has a huge new waterfront development that’s fun, popular, and easy on the eyes. Is anything wrong with that?
MacArthur grant recipient Trevor Paglen is a geographer-photographer whose work defies categorization. His next big project: an orbiting art installation.
This year’s class of fellows reflect the importance of city problems and solutions.
After Katrina, expanding tax credits helped the Gulf Coast rebuild affordable rental housing. It can work in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, too.
It’s not too late for the country to come to terms with the violence in its foundation.
The Louisiana Civil Justice Center, a legal hotline set up after Katrina, will coordinate the pro bono effort to get legal advice to hurricane victims in U.S. territories.
The case for making phone companies provide free service after disasters.
With federal disaster relief lagging, residents of the devastated island territory have little say about what happens to them next.
For buyers in hot real-estate markets, a new kind of mortgage offered by a company called Loftium might offer a way to purchase a home.
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Trump’s proposed 2018 budget would eliminate a program now set to provide about half the housing rebuilding funds for Harvey and Irma.