The city’s rise as a global innovation city reflects decades of investment in emerging technology, a new Brookings report says.
Frederick Wiseman’s joyful new documentary celebrates the local branches as public space.
With the dust barely settled from a controversial demolition, the Indian government has its sights on what might be the most ambitious plans in the history of independent India.
How a preservationist looks at Baltimore’s ongoing battle over its public memorials.
The wealth of black families lags far behind whites, and housing markets play a key role.
Taking stock of the damage left behind by hurricanes Irma, Harvey, and Maria shows that man-made defenses can fail often—and hugely.
A new book tracks how a Charlotte, North Carolina, high school went from an integration success story to the city’s most isolated and impoverished school.
The Chicago Architecture Biennial, the biggest architecture festival in the country, reveals up-and-coming designers turning to the mundanities of everyday life for inspiration.
The city vows to revoke the ride-hailing giant’s license, citing public safety concerns. But the legal battle may be only starting.
The controversial bill establishes a mandatory minimum penalty for illegal firearm possession.
A conversation with the editor of Hotels, a trade publication covering full-service and luxury lodging.
A morning roundup of the day’s news.
Armed with a Tesla and a lot of community spirit, a tiny farm town embraces a different kind of ride-sharing.
The wildly car-centric Lebanese capital is trying to be more bicycle friendly, but traffic, politics, and the city’s own tangled history make for an uphill battle.
L.A. looks like "a Cactus." Is that plain wrong? Or is our hubris keeping us from recognizing the profound meaning behind these captions?
Three private bike-share companies are determined to shake up the streets of D.C. But what, exactly, are they trying to disrupt?
A Pew report shows that nearly a third of white Americans under the age of 30 have “cold” feelings for the police. Recent court rulings and decisions made by the Trump administration this year might help explain why.
La Casa del Arquitecto became the headquarters for highly skilled urbanists looking to help and determine why some buildings suffered more spectacularly than others.
Corporations like Google and Amazon reap the spoils of winner-take-all urbanism. Here’s how they can also bear greater responsibility.
Business boosters believe connectivity is the key to spurring new businesses. But can that model work in chronically disinvested communities?