A new paper debunks various myths about the wealth gap between blacks and whites in the United States, and the methods for bridging it.
In Baltimore, the road named for the slain civil rights icon brought suburbanites downtown—and displacement and isolation to the communities along its path.
A new project is intended to “give us a better sense of who black people are, where we are, and what we hope and dream for,” says Alicia Garza who also helped start the Black Lives Matter movement.
From climate change to infrastructure, mayors are increasingly listing issues that were once national and state priorities as amongst their top local concerns, according to a new national survey.
It all goes back to how the social media company collects, shares, and sells user information.
In D.C., black girls were arrested at a rate over 30 times that of white youth in 2015.
A French photographer captures the disconnect between the promise and the reality in the Indian capital’s hyper-privatized township.
“That's no easy step—it involves investment in human beings, not just systems,” says the city’s newly-appointed chief digital officer.
A new non-partisan project finds that the national rhetoric has played a significant role in the rise of hate against Muslims in America.
The attorney general has teed up a new test to the local-state dynamic on immigration that could make its way up to the U.S. Supreme court.
A new project visualizes what the science says—and doesn’t say—about the effects of firearm regulations.
Predictive policing tools. License plate readers. Stingrays. As more and more surveillance tools fall into police’s hands, cities are trying to play catch up.
Three types of visualizations show the stark economic disparities in U.S. cities.
New maps show that local sanctuary policies may have actually affected how many immigrants the Trump administration was able to arrest.
A new legal analysis finds that all 50 states have language on the books that can be used to prevent violence by armed white supremacists and private militias.
DNAInfo has now returned as Block Club Chicago, a neighborhood news platform run on blockchain technology.