The regulation fights didn't start with Uber. Meet the movers and shakers of the last 100-plus years.
Riders love the convenience and availability of the swaggering, app-wielding, taxi-displacing car services. But they could turn us all into temps.
Occupy leaders' latest move is supporting students who were burned by a shady for-profit college.
As rising sea levels begin to threaten to submerge big chunks of the city, Boston holds a contest to spark novel ideas for saving some landmarks.
Sit-ins make the moral case for universities to dump their fossil fuel investments, but the collapse of oil prices adds a push from the invisible hand.
Activists from around the U.S. report a spate of unexplained visits by FBI agents in recent months.
California's persistent drought has led San Francisco to take a second look at its long-neglected underground streams and springs.
Detroit's housing market may look accessible, but once you do the math imposed by the city's sometimes tough conditions, it's hardly a bargain.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to cut pedestrian deaths to zero begins to make a little headway, building off a long-term trend.
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