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A talk with economist Edward Glaeser: Why America needs to love its cities more

Edward Glaeser.“If ideas are the currency of our age, then building the right homes for those ideas will determine our collective fate.” That’s what Harvard economist and New York Times columnist Edward Glaeser writes in his new book, Triumph of …

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Bike plows are the new fixies, but we’ll never be as cool as the Danes

Check out these photos and videos of bikes plowing snow and get ready for a hot lump of shame, America ...

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Bike plows are the new fixies, but we'll never be as cool as the Danes

Check out these photos and videos of bikes plowing snow and get ready for a hot lump of shame, America ...

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Don’t fear riding a bicycle, fear sitting in that chair

We know that bicycling is good for public health. But what about YOUR personal health and safety?

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Don't fear riding a bicycle, fear sitting in that chair

We know that bicycling is good for public health. But what about YOUR personal health and safety?

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In Egypt, you can switch off the internet but not the streets

The streets of Cairo themselves have been the medium that has carried the message of the Egyptian people.

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Why Seattle will stay dry when your city floods

Seattle is better prepared for a climate-changed future than most U.S. cities. You can thank Ron Sims.

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California congressman: Highways are constitutionally mandated, bike paths not a federal concern

Rep. Duncan Hunter says, "I don't think biking should fall under the federal purview of what the Transportation Committee is there for."

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Commuting in sprawl is hellish, so let's … encourage more sprawl?

Last night's epic fail of a commute in snow-crippled D.C. pointed up the perils of sprawl. But some Virginia legislators want more of it.