Good fences might make good neighbors, but a serious Secret Service presence isn’t doing Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner any favors when it comes to their new DC neighborhood.
The opioid crisis is often seen as a scourge of white rural areas and the Rust Belt, but among blacks and Latinos in the Bronx it has been a constant presence.
If you're not aware of just how wheelchair inaccessible New York City is, watching the lengths Anner goes to in order to secure a kitschy bagel for this Cerebral Palsy Foundation video should be eye-opening.
The US Census bureau released population estimates covering counties and metro areas today, and the picture is grim for the post-industrial Midwest and Northeast.
Houston doesn’t have particularly high rates of other violent crimes — except for armored car heists. What gives?
The "urban revival" narrative may not be totally incorrect, but suburbanization continues to speed up unabated.
How does the world's largest police department balance the security of the spontaneous masses with the freedoms that make us who we are? The counterterrorism cops of the NYPD take us deep inside their operation.
Why does school start so early? Blame 1970s planning.
Portland, Oregon isn't all Voodoo Doughnuts and "maker spaces." One clever bot documents the mundane, unremarkable side of the city you'll never see in "Portlandia."
What’s a parched metropolis that’s long ago outgrown its groundwater canteens to do? Steal what it needs from other regions.
Many of the districts were intended to contain and control vice, but often had the opposite effect: instead of containing a city’s more ribald instincts, these economic clusters strengthened the drinking, drugs, and sex industries.
The Arsenalna, a station on Kiev's Metro, is located 105.5 meters below the surface, making it the deepest metro station in the world. If you made a vertical shaft on earth as deep, you could drop the entire Statue of Liberty into it and still have more than twelve meters of headroom left to drop other stuff.
Thanks to astronomical housing prices, some are bunking with their parents or crashing on their friends’ couches.
Last night, arguably the biggest night of SXSW, it rained — and everyone wanted a ride. And on cue, the apps failed.
The cafes and craft breweries are just pawns in a much bigger game.
A new report out today from the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) highlights a crucial and troubling fact: internet providers are failing to expand decent internet to poor areas, where it doesn’t help their bottom line.
Examining the system that drives police killings — and its consequences for everyone.
People in US suburbs are changing the way they shop, where they eat, and what they want in their homes.
The United States has thousands of miles of cycling infrastructure. This is the story of the first mile.
The ride-hailing company’s stream of bad press this winter didn’t come out of nowhere.
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