Also: Scooter companies get serious about safety, and three skill sets that explain U.S. economic geography.
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.
Lime has joined rival Bird in establishing a safety advisory board tasked with helping the e-scooter industry shape local regulations—and shake its risky reputation.
Metro areas in the U.S. with higher cognitive and people skills, versus motor skills, perform better economically and are more resilient during downturns.
Hurricane Barry largely spared New Orleans, but it underscored that climate change brings complex impacts and hard choices.
At a daycare in a gentrifying Brooklyn area, is the entrance of racially diverse, middle-class families income integration, or more akin to colonization?
Also: An ancient city gets a splashy new waterfront, and what affordable housing looks like in Shanghai.
The city council voted to approve an addition to the historic landmark over criticism that the design is “a travesty” and “frankly grotesque.”
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.
An “unprecedented” hurricane may bring three dangerous kinds of flooding all at once: rainfall, a storm surge, and overflow from a swollen Mississippi River.
Also: Debunking the bystander effect, and the architecture of adult entertainment.
Thessaloniki’s New Waterfront is the centerpiece in an effort to transform the local economy, and other cities are taking notice.
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.
Photographing strip-club exteriors from Miami to L.A. for his series “Gentlemen’s Club,” François Prost found pink stucco, flashy signs—and lots of parking.
Nevada City, California, used to advertise its “bargain” parking meters. Now they’re getting more expensive to protect the town against an existential threat.
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 uses camera footage to track the frequency of bystander intervention in heated incidents in Amsterdam; Cape Town; and Lancaster, England.