U.S. cities are closing down streets to car traffic and opening them up to people. But which neighborhoods get them and whether they'll stay remains to be seen.
People without permanent housing are subject to an increasing number of laws that are nearly impossible for them to obey.
A report from WalletHub ranks cities based on metrics like number of attractions, bar accessibility and more.
Residents of wealthy neighborhoods are taking extreme measures to block much-needed housing and transportation projects.
From free pets to street-naming rights, cities and states were willing to hand over more than just tax breaks to Amazon.
Santa Monica officials decided to look at more than just economic prosperity when gauging their citizens' success.
After a rash of vehicular terror attacks, city planners are considering ways to add safeguards to urban centers.
The best way to help out-of-work coal miners is to invest in making them part of the clean-energy future.
Each city was analyzed based on five factors, or "green" data points: The number of LEED certified buildings per each 1,000