Also today: What’s needed to actually fund infrastructure, and the NRA gets some pushback in Dallas.
Kids repeatedly exposed to violence, homelessness, and addiction are more likely to carry the long-term effects into adulthood. A new report breaks down the geographic and racial distribution of this trauma.
Commentators have broadly agreed Trump’s infrastructure proposal is not nearly enough. Here’s a blueprint for how to do better.
Tech analysts are prone to predicting utopia or dystopia. They’re worse at imagining the side effects of a firm's success.
The artist Wang Qingsong has re-staged a 1959 artwork called “The Bloody Clothes” in Highland Park, a small city within Detroit.
Austin just became the first city in Texas to pass an expansive paid sick leave policy, despite state preemption measures that bar them from passing other progressive workers’ rights bills.
CityLab tests your grasp of our virtual currency-filled future.
The city agreed to waive convention center rental fees to the gun rights group for their annual convention in May. Now one city council member has raised an objection.
Meanwhile, smaller nations with cold climates dominate.
Also today: The case for a mayor in the White House, and how Australia conquered guns.
When technology meets the global refugee crisis, the lines between profit and philanthropy get blurry.
Why can’t British Millennials afford homes? Some media coverage suggests it’s their personal spending habits.
As the city rediscovers the river, the future of communities along its path hangs in the balance.
At the height of the Black Power movement, the Bureau focused on the unlikeliest of public enemies: black independent booksellers.
Historically, running a city has been no help to presidential aspirants. But that might soon change.
Gun control advocates point to Australia for inspiration in ending gun violence. The Australian Ambassador to the United States, Joe Hockey, thinks they should stop.
The new Marvel superhero movie Black Panther shows the benefits and the risks associated with sustaining and protecting a majority-black community.
Also today: A portrait of Parkland, Florida, and Seattle is winning the war on the car commute.
If cities keep growing as they do now, nearly 400 of them will sprawl into the habitats of endangered species by 2030.
There’s no better tool in the federal government’s anti-poverty arsenal.