Cities

Cities

Detroit turns the lights back on with a solar experiment

A Detroit neighborhood that lost its streetlights because it couldn't afford the bill tests a solar-powered alternative.

Living

These maps show how rent is too damn high across America

You need to spend a lot of time working to make ends meet on minimum wage.

Hey Girl

Study says street harassment is everywhere, still sucks

Hollaback! and Cornell University have just published the results of the largest international study of street harassment to date.

High Water Colors

How one N.Y. museum is already prepping for the next big flood

The new Whitney Museum on the Hudson offers a glimpse of architecture's future: It's built like a bunker to ride out assault by a warmer global climate.

Living

A Seattle high school is taking birth control access to the next level

Now, it’s easier for a Chief Sealth student to get an IUD than it is to get a Coke.

Cities

Can the “whitest city in America” deliver green living for all?

Portland, Ore., has set out to bridge the "green divide," bringing environmental justice to poor communities and communities of color.

Living

Surprise — teens are having sex. How can we make it safer?

Teen sex is not a big deal as long it's done safely -- which is where, sadly, we start to run into trouble.

Food

Go diving for sea urchins with a hilarious 73-year-old

This video explores San Diego's awesome food scene.

Cities

Diverse cities don’t always have diverse neighborhoods

Some of the most racially "diverse" cities in the country are also the most segregated.