In cities like Jacksonville and St. Louis, maps of mortgage approvals and home values in black neighborhoods look the same as they did decades ago, before the passage of the landmark fair housing law.
Houston is creeping on Chicago's population, pennants, and now, public art. But Chicago has at least one thing Houston still lacks.
The GOP seems to be betting that damage from a major undercount will be isolated to Democratic-leaning cities. But it’s not that simple.
Concerns about confidentiality and immigration status were discovered months before the Department of Justice asked to add a question about citizenship.
Critics fear that the change will discourage immigrant participation in the 2020 count and lead to undercounting.
The White House proposed dramatic budget cuts for housing, transit, and food aid. Instead, the omnibus delivers extra spending.
Advocates in Texas are charging the department with rolling back fair housing laws.
Absent a motive, the serial bombing attacks in Texas hadn’t been labeled with the term. Now, police say the suspect has been killed.
Batgirl author Hope Larson talks about the changing face of Burnside, Gotham City's Brooklyn, where tech incubators and housing affordability are bigger threats than even the Penguin and Harley Quinn.
Before she resigned over a sex scandal this week, Megan Barry had facilitated one of the one of the boldest municipal transit plans in recent memory. It remains to be seen what will become of her still-tentative imprint on the city and region.
In a protectionist double-whammy, tariffs will make steel for infrastructure more expensive, while a crackdown on waivers will make U.S. steel mandatory.
For the most part, mayors of potential NRA host cities haven’t shown the same resistance as a growing number of private companies.
The bureau’s former boss explains why adding a question about U.S. citizenship to the 2020 count would be a big mistake.
A new map shows that SNAP benefits lag behind need, even as the GOP mulls different ways to cut back on food aid.
The city agreed to waive convention center rental fees to the gun rights group for their annual convention in May. Now one city council member has raised an objection.
There’s no better tool in the federal government’s anti-poverty arsenal.
The GOP-led Congress just paved the way for a novel public-private partnership model. But it's not the usual Trump-era legislation.
The White House’s 2019 proposal is even harsher than the last one.
Amid growing fears of an underfunded and “sabotaged” count in 2020, a group of city leaders appealed to Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross.
Super Bowl LII is the worst.