A new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists found that EV drivers save almost $800 a year, depending on where, when, and how they charge.
Chula Vista is offering free land; Fresno is ceding community control; and New Jersey is offering $7 billion in incentives. Here’s what else we know about the 30 publicly available Amazon HQ2 bids.
With the EV tax credit on the chopping block and Tesla experiencing production delays, dreams of an electric future might prove elusive in the U.S.
Immigration lawyers and psychologists were in high demand—as were margaritas.
More women are on track to be elected mayor in the top 100 cities than ever before—in some major cities, for the first time. But not before overcoming some major hurdles.
Voters in U.S. cities will weigh in on drugs, partying, renting, and rooftop gardening. Their decisions could have national implications.
On the first election day after Trump’s win, many new pledges to run for office have actually materialized. And yes, lots of them are women.
France’s “trêve hivernale” policy prevents evictions from November 1 until March 31. The U.S. has only a patchwork of cold-weather renter protections.
A new Apartment List report aims to more accurately estimate the scope of America’s eviction problem.
Five different pieces of legislation have been proposed to keep DACA recipients from being deported. Here’s how to tell them apart.
The company has ranked 50 American cities on how friendly they are to new businesses.
While the public buzzed around cities’ extravagant HQ2 bids, Amazon’s been taking some hits to its business and reputation, raising yet another flag for cities pouring incentives into their offers.
New legislation to charge water bills based on monthly income is cropping up in Philadelphia and Baltimore, designed to keep people from drowning in water debt.
Pharmaceutical companies misled the public into a cycle of addiction, cities say. Now, they’re being taken to court.
Why are small, long-shot cities, who on the surface don’t seem to meet at least one of Amazon’s threshold criteria, putting their hats in the ring?
In a bidding war this contentious, economic incentive packages could get extreme.
The company announces plans to release 20 new electric vehicles by 2023.
A new analysis puts data to the sentiment that there’s increasing inequality between cities.
The Department of Transportation’s new set of voluntary safety guidelines might get more AVs on the road, and fast. But what happens if automakers don’t follow them?
We sorted through the longshots and likely contenders so you don’t have to.