A new report confirms that the US lags behind the rest of the world in mass transit.
Britons who live outside the capital consider it too expensive and crowded for them to live there, a new report finds.
The Spanish flu outbreak of 1918 offers important lessons in balancing truth and panic during public health crises.
Weeks after opening near San Diego, a model town for treating dementia is set to be replicated around the US.
From a graphic design perspective, it's absolute madness and a beautiful maelstrom of copyright infringement.
A new study unpacks the many motivations behind the "evil developer" narrative.
Five local hairstylists speak to CityLab about the state of their city's coiffing preferences.
The Italian city is fed up with tourists, and it's now targeting them on four overstuffed streets.
The city is looking to the ubiquitous building type from its Communist past to help solve a housing crunch.
This fall, a former chef at the world-famous restaurant Noma is piloting a new approach to school lunch in New York City.
One hundred years ago, the United States had a public transportation system that was the envy of the world. Today, outside a few major urban centers, it is barely on life support.
In the technology industry, labor organizing can get tricky.
Recent research shows that not only are militarized squads used disproportionately in communities of color, but contrary to claims, they reduce neither crime nor police injury or death.
As the Michigan city's water crisis drags on, the state's highest-ranking health official faces criminal charges. But he's still on the job.
The US spends the most on mattresses of any nation in the world, a market expected to generate revenue of over $14 billion this year.
The modern playground has become mind-numbingly standard-issue. There's a movement afoot to bring "adventure" back into play.
One of America's poorest and least connected states says Medicaid recipients must find work and an internet connection to keep receiving benefits.
What should or could cities do differently next time a behemoth company solicits bids for for its headquarters?
To halt the illegal flow of raw sewage into Nova Scotia's LaHave River, it took a determined 11-year-old with water samples and a Facebook page.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is little more than propaganda announcing the unity of China and her former colonies, despite their very different historic, legal and even transportation backgrounds.