A surge in tourism has led to a backlash in cities where residents feel overrun. How can these cities use tourism to their benefit?
A lot of change has happened since militia groups terrorized Charlottesville. And yet, another summer brings another rally in a different city.
After conservative Doug Ford, the newly elected Premier of Ontario, announced that Toronto will lose 18 city council seats, Jennifer Keesmaat decided to run for office.
Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo’s election last month was, in part, the result of a decades-long movement in Mexico by feminists and women in politics.
There’s much we gloss over when talking about the role of place in our politics.
The debate over untraceable DIY guns has alarmed state and local leaders. How worried should we really be?
Established tech hubs continue to lead, but startup hubs are emerging in new, smaller places. The catch: Startup financing overall is on the wane.
For decades, aldermen have used their “aldermanic prerogative” to reject affordable housing development, confining the city’s low-income residents, who are mostly black and brown, to a few areas of the city, a new report says.
The cash-strapped city of Stockton is hoping so, courting millions of dollars from private investors to solve a whole host of social problems.
Is the city really drowning in filth?
With a woman helming the city, Madrid is at the front of a global movement to prevent sexual harassment and intimidation.
Summer Lee is the first black woman elected to represent the Pittsburgh region in the state legislature. And she wants to set the record straight on the confluence of factors eating her constituents alive.
In the old steel town of Braddock, Pennsylvania, the toxic footprint is emblematic of what it means to suffer environmental injustice in the U.S. And nobody invested in the town’s future can afford to ignore it.
A report about city-owned streets named after the Confederacy has sparked a broader (and misleading) conversation about Austin’s history.
The biggest challenges to the Bay Area’s dominance in tech will likely come from overseas.
From cybersecurity issues to administrative problems to a legal drama over a possible citizenship question, the decennial head count is in trouble.
SNAP benefits add up to $1.86 per person, per meal. Here's what that looks like.
A new simulation may shed light on the living preferences of the largest generation in American history.
After a shooting in Toronto, the country is debating a total ban on handguns.
Some architects believe it’s their duty to try to improve conditions for immigrant detainees in the U.S., while others urge a total boycott of such work.