A new branding scheme for the small Indiana city builds off of its reputation for sophisticated modern design.
In “Sanctuary,” Derrick Adams uses history, fashion, and architecture to examine the way black Americans traveled in a period of highway expansion and limited civil rights.
A new tool from Trulia shows homebuyers and renters if a property is covered by LGBT nondiscrimination laws at the state, county, and city levels.
With the passage of a new resolution, Philadelphia becomes the latest city pushing to end money bail.
Texting people reminders makes them more likely to show up for court, according to a pilot program in New York City.
Photographer and architect Rafael Herrin-Ferri explores the borough’s expressive architecture.
A bill in the state legislature would protect cannabis users from federal enforcement, not unlike sanctuary policies for immigrants.
A rumored crackdown on undocumented immigrants is the most recent in a series of escalating battles between the U.S. attorney general and the Golden State.
A photography exhibit revisits King’s impact on the fight for civil rights in the city.
With a recent policy change from Jeff Sessions, localities may again be more vulnerable to federal crackdowns. But some of the pioneers of pot legalization have been through this before.
Francois Prost’s new photo series looks at Tianducheng, a town built to look exactly like the City of Lights.
A new photo series depicts and questions how ubiquitous telecom infrastructure is in our lives.
A new study from the University of Southern California suggests a link between air pollution and adolescent delinquency.
Filmmaker and photographer Phil Donohue shot scenes along the famed U.S. highway to explore what we long for and leave behind.
Placing funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in jeopardy has an unexpected consequence in Flint.
The most serious effects of the House and Senate proposals would unfold over years for urban citizens.
The city’s new plan may seem counterintuitive. But it’s one of several ways NYC is trying to reform a bail system that the state largely controls.
Starting with London’s Tube, a new series aims to capture the art and history of rapid transit systems around the world.
The mafia's storied New York past has all but vanished.
Racial gaps in California get a county-by-county look in a new online tool.
A new exhibit explores the past, present, and future of waste management in New York City.