The city will formally allow vacation rentals again, but there’s a strict new set of rules—and even tougher penalties.
In 2017, New York City’s largest borough lost about 2,000 people, the first net loss since 2010.
Urban-poultry laws need to be stricter about public health and animal welfare, according to one expert.
A new study finds that arts establishments are actually more concentrated in affluent and gentrified—rather than gentrifying—neighborhoods.
This theory suggests neighborhoods can fight crime by getting locals to clean up and maintain their own public spaces.
But what happened to the skateboard?
The newly released Census data shows that people are moving with greater frequency from Clinton-voting counties to Trump-voting counties than the other way around, but the Republican party shouldn’t be so quick to celebrate.
Change may be on the horizon for the city’s unofficial town square, but it is not yet apparent on its streets.
Even with the economy humming, Americans are feeling more anxious, depressed, and dissatisfied with their lives than they did in 2009.
Sixteen photographers capture their answer through stark landscapes, half-lit buildings, and colorful portraits.
As once-vanished wolves return to Europe and move into urban areas, humans are trying to empathize with the creatures through nighttime “wolf safaris.”
An interactive map highlights the least traveled routes in the country—and some of the most scenic.
A recent study found that people who grow up in places with mild weather are more agreeable and outgoing. What does that mean in a world of climate extremes?
Activists turn to creative videography in their efforts to allow fourplexes throughout the city.
Serenbe, an intentional community outside Atlanta, promises urban pleasures without the messiness of city life.
Petitions and protests urge cities to stop offering tax incentives to Amazon HQ2. But who’s listening?
Three Akita dogs guide you through their home city of Odate on Google Street View.
Three years ago, a city councilman wanted to see how far he could drive off the beaten path. That adventure now helps local leaders and advocates survey the remains of the city’s heyday, and find potential for the future.
The high schoolers who rallied against gun violence in Washington, D.C., had a very explicit message for lawmakers.
Supermarkets are community anchors. Amazon’s “just walk out” version embodies a disconcerting social transformation.