Tenant beware: Some cities are hotbeds of rental fraud, and Millennials are the most vulnerable targets.
The city’s Republican mayor was elected on a platform to govern by data. Now, he's deploying volunteer analysts to execute on his vision.
Meet the founders of Asgardia, the first official space-based nation.
On Saturday, 50 years after the Poor People’s Campaign first took to Washington, the advocacy group started by Martin Luther King gathered again in the capital to continue his fight.
“The fear is historic in this region and the policies of hate in this administration have reached new levels,” says a community organizer in Alamo, Texas.
Many cities and states have long used "sanctuary" status as a means of resisting Trump's immigration policy. Now, they're floating several new ideas.
The allure of digital currencies has hit Dubai, Seoul, Berkeley, and more. What looks like another offshoot of the Bitcoin craze could be an evolution of the municipal bond.
The city’s ambitious plan to fund affordable housing by taxing corporations had a very short life. What happened?
The high court's ruling means public-sector workers who don't want to join a union don't have to pay union fees.
A new survey finds that service workers in Connecticut are hungry for more hours, and for more predictable schedules.
After the city passed a tax on businesses to tackle its housing crisis, corporations mounted a counter-attack. And other cities are watching.
Despite the gig-economy hype, the share of independent workers in the U.S. has dropped over the last decade. And Uber itself has a smaller role as an employer
City and state coalitions just announced they’ll be setting their own climate goals.
The diesel-sucking dinosaurs from your childhood are due for an update.
From mapping apps to the blockchain, new tools are intended to give cities the information they need to address this growing challenge.
Activists are on a quest to find out.
Apple and Amazon could be neighbors.
The six-day walkout of the state’s public school teachers wasn’t just about paychecks, says one Glendale teacher.
Seattle wants big businesses to fund affordable housing and reduce homelessness. Amazon isn’t happy.
Lack of affordable housing and sub-par mass transit are boosting the ranks of “super commuters” in some regions outside of pricey metros.
To understand legal battles over California’s sanctuary state policies, look to the historical struggle over cannabis legislation.