A new study finds that Post-9/11 veterans struggle with home prices at a greater rate than earlier generations of vets and more than other non-vet civilians.
Radha Agrawal, inventor of Daybreaker early-morning dance parties, wrote a book on how make more friends in an isolating world. I tried to follow her advice.
In polling places across the country, voters faced long lines and malfunctioning machines. In New York City, it's a pattern—and some are calling for resignations.
It won't get double the tax incentives (probably). But there are other tactical reasons for the move.
Starting Thursday, high-performing Uber drivers can earn tuition-free online education from Arizona State University.
California state and city ballot measures offer a variety of strategies for improving access to affordable housing, and shrinking the homeless population.
Already, real estate investors are making plans for the inevitable influx of workers and the corresponding leap in the housing market when Amazon selects its HQ2.
Almost $7 million is bankrolling a fight over whether businesses should pay for the city’s homeless crisis.
Depends on the city, and the transit agency.
In Marriott hotels across the country, employees are striking for better wages and benefits—but also for the right to decide how technology is used in their industry.
Binge-watch it if you’re not sure what to do with your extra house.
The school system’s plan to build affordable apartment units for the city’s teachers has triggered a fierce backlash in one affluent area.
More citizen-initiated measures are making it onto the ballot than ever before. But in cities and states where they’re able, legislators are taking steps to alter them.
Slab City, buried deep in the California desert, is a land of squatters, artists, and migrants—and few rules. In a new book, an architect and a photographer document “the last free place.”
A gathering of designers talk about the art of creating political brands in 2018.
As senators demand an FBI hearing, Maryland legislators are calling for county police to investigate the Supreme Court nominee. Here’s how they could do it.
A study on a subset of the gig economy—yes, another one—out of JP Morgan Chase suggests the share of people using online platforms to find work is growing, but hours and earnings are far from regular.
Two decades ago, a Swiss inventor laid the foundation for the big mobility innovation of 2018.
Does paying tipped workers the minimum wage spell death for the city's restaurant industry, or dignity for the city's employees?
Baltimore voters are deciding whether to ban privatization of the water utility. But without the infusion of private investment, can cities continue to afford providing safe, inexpensive water?