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.
MTA is instructing staff not to say “ladies and gentlemen” anymore, preferring “passengers” or “riders” instead.
Civil rights groups are fighting the suspension of a HUD rule they say helps low-income families move to better neighborhoods.
In Nashville and New York, officials are leveraging relationships with companies and nonprofits to get smarter about food usage and disposal.
A new film from Andrea Mastrovito explores what we truly fear about monsters and the “other.”
One of the most common types of sexual harassment is also amongst the most difficult to legislate.
Neighborhood green spaces aren’t always living up to their full potential.
Budgetary issues have led to a host of other problems for the Census Bureau. Now, the NAACP is seeking to ensure that vulnerable populations aren't overlooked in 2020.
MacArthur grant recipient Rami Nashashibi talks about how interfaith activism can galvanize cities.
In a new exhibition, the Tenement Museum teaches immigration policy through the stories of three families on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
A new report argues that the urban canopy should be considered—and funded—as a part of a city’s public health infrastructure.
Brooklyn’s City Reliquary Museum put on the Miss Subways 2017 pageant to raise awareness about New York’s most beloved and reviled mode of transportation.
Increasingly sophisticated mapping platforms have made redistricting easier—but data could also be the key to untangling the problem.
Because of high prices and low accessibility, poor and rural communities are the least likely to subscribe to high-speed internet.