Cities

Living

3 disturbing facts prove sexual harassment is a big freaking deal

Researchers surveyed over 4,000 American women on their experience of sexual harassment in public spaces.

Politics

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A new group called Inclusv is trying to build a rainbow coalition for Clinton, and draw more people of color into political campaigns.

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Could Seattle activists throw a wrench in Shell’s Arctic drilling plans?

Shell wants to use Seattle's port as a staging ground, but citizens and protestors are cooking up plans to block the oil giant's scheme.

Living

Grab your hats, East Coast — the worms are back

The cankerworm invasion continues -- and it's especially bad in cities.

Politics

Are states actually protecting the most vulnerable with their justice policies?

A new study suggests that there's little substance to most state environmental justice policies.

Cities

How much does density really cut down on driving?

The correlation isn't as direct as you might think. But it still points to us needing much denser cities.

Living

Why women shouldn’t be afraid of walkin’ after midnight

When we talk about sexual assault, we often talk about scary strangers and dangerous cities.

Cities

L.A. just called. It says go find another dystopia.

Los Angeles has a new master plan that sets ambitious goals for a more sustainable urban future -- and puts the kibosh on grassy lawns.

Business & Technology

These new ride-sharing apps actually involve sharing rides

And they could help you get a date.

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