A new study claims the effects of neighborhood change on original lower-income residents are largely positive, despite fears of spiking rents and displacement.
Albuquerque expands a commission to create better services for Native Americans who count 4 percent of the population but 44 percent of those who are homeless.
To ward off rent hikes and evictions at the hands of new building owners, the city will purchase about 700 homes the much-coveted Karl Marx Allee neighborhood.
Metro areas in the U.S. with higher cognitive and people skills, versus motor skills, perform better economically and are more resilient during downturns.
Officers have wide discretion when they pull over motorists. And the courts keep giving them more.
In this sector of the city’s informal housing rental market, as many as 24 people can be crammed into a three-bedroom apartment.
Fact check: No, President Obama did not remove a citizenship question from the census while he was in office.
In Iberia Parish, a sheriff’s election is being closely watched since the incumbent, whose office has cost millions in abuse claims, has said he will not run.
The candidate has struggled to attract black voters, but now he has a robust plan to signal his commitment to helping them.
A new study looks at how race, a criminal record, and an employer’s proximity to recent violent events affect a person’s job prospects—with surprising results.
Supporters and foes of California’s AB5 marched on the capitol this week over the bill that could transform the business model for Uber, Lyft, and drivers.
Thousands of Americans live in vehicles because they have nowhere else to go. Without places to park legally, they suffer through parking tickets, property seizure, and instability.
The Democratic presidential candidate wants to fight suburban blight by repurposing dying retail centers.
A new exhibition looks back at the period of grand urban design and social reform in New York City, Boston, and Chicago.
The new law seeks to curb runaway gentrification in Lisbon and elsewhere by prioritizing affordable housing and stopping evictions, among other measures.
Skender believes it can shave time and costs off the standard construction process, resulting in more affordable housing.
In rapidly gentrifying areas of Queens and Brooklyn, the new population is spurring a gradual desegregation of some New York City public schools.
Garry McFadden of North Carolina's Mecklenburg County pledged to limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities. But honoring that promise hasn't been easy.
Facing housing shortages and mass tourism, 10 major cities want the European Union to protect their ability to regulate vacation rentals at the local level.
The state’s new upzoning bill would be historic. But Oregon has long been a pioneer in tight land-use controls that promote dense urban development.
The Plain View Project has found more than 5,000 racist, sexist, and Islamophobic Facebook posts and comments by law enforcement.