This Reporter Was One of the Last People on the Roof of Notre Dame. She Explains Why the Cathedral Will Long Outlive the Fire.
A Piece of Paris Goes Up in Flames
What a Battle Over Go-Go Music on a D.C. Corner Tells Us About Gentrification, Race, and the Life of a City
This Has to Be One of the Most Ridiculous Corporate Welfare Deals in Quite Some Time
Cities Can See Where You’re Taking That Scooter
Old Buildings House Far Fewer People Than They Did 50 Years Ago. What Happened?
The Problem With San Francisco’s Proposal to Ban Vaping
How Big-Box Stores Bilk Local Governments
The Green New Deal Ignores the Most Crucial Environmental, Economic, and Racial-Justice Issue of All
What’s It Like Living in a City Without Uber or Lyft? Ask Vancouver.
Microsoft Is Basically Starting a Bank for Affordable Housing in Seattle
Cities Used to Help All Americans Find Prosperity. Not Anymore.
Crowded Cities Short on Housing Are Looking to Turn Water Into Land
With More Tourists Than Residents, Venice Will Start Charging an Entry Fee
Chicago Dug the World’s Biggest Flood-Stopping Tunnel. What if the City Got It Wrong?
The Rich Can Afford Higher Ground in Miami. What’s Going to Happen to the Poor?
Cities Are Finally Ending the Rule That All New Buildings Need Parking Spaces
Can We Make Buildings That Create Their Own Energy? Norway Thinks So.
Scooter Companies and Regulators Are at Each Other’s Throats. Here’s How to Change That.
How We Built Our Way Into an Urban Flooding Epidemic