A lawsuit against the company that manages Pittsburgh's water -- and that has cut residents off based on erroneous bills -- shows the downside of privatization.
Adding new subway lines, trains, and bus routes makes nearby housing more attractive -- and more economical for people who need to commute to jobs.
To hold back a rising tide, Seattle has embraced an approach that other cities have outlawed.
Hey snake person, want to live in New York City? Or worse, San Francisco? Fuggedaboutit.
But there are lots of things the city can do to prepare.
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A California homeowner wonders about fake grass. Umbra rolls out a better answer.
Unlike many of its dot-com peers, Amazon has staked its claim in the city, rather than the suburbs. Now all it needs is more housing. And some nightlife. And...
Once-mighty old industrial cities could sustain much larger populations, and that would be good for the environment. But is it realistic?