In a city that averages 17 traffic-related deaths every hour, an Indian urban designer/artist is fighting for walkability and safety.
The urban-rural divide is real, but it doesn’t tell the whole story.
Baltimore isn’t as economically healthy as Seattle or San Francisco. That can be an argument both for and against its new legislation.
In his new book, author Eric Liu lays out a road map for creating change.
Cities and immigration advocates are trying to figure out how to offer meaningful protection to undocumented immigrants.
A colorful dot map reveals the stark differences in educational levels across urban and rural areas—as well as the effects of racial segregation within cities.
Low-income residents are likely to be priced out of neighborhoods that stretch from New Brunswick, New Jersey, to New Haven, Connecticut.
The city needs to attract new residents and retain the ones who already live there. Luckily, it has a few options.
For every 100 poor families in Las Vegas, there are only 12 affordable units available.
A new photography exhibit shows that being Muslim and being American are not mutually exclusive.
To carry out its immigration agenda, the Trump administration will rely on local jurisdictions—and a 1990s-era enforcement program criticized for racial profiling and inefficiency. Here’s what those cities and counties are signing up for.
A short documentary shows how warehouse dance parties, rooftop pop-and-lock sessions, and motorcycle stunts help young Egyptians reclaim neglected spaces.
“An act of transforming the wasteland is seen as a redemptive activity that’s going to save the individual, the society, and the nation.”
Data analysts are trying to give community development advocates the tools they need to fight displacement and economic decline.
Before the Civil War, Northern states opted out of enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act—and the Supreme Court backed them up.
In nine out of the ten cities that accepted the largest number of refugees, crime went down—sometimes dramatically.
Rent anxiety and fears of displacement fuel support for obstructing market-rate housing in pricey cities.
A new report shows how immigrants fueled regional inventiveness, bolstered creative momentum within their industries, and drove long-term technological growth.