New York officials have unveiled a first-of-its-kind poverty measure that includes the city's actual costs of living.
The rush of new cyclists, created by high gas prices, is driving up demand for bike safety classes.
Demand from mothers and older workers for such jobs exceeds supply.
Local officials will showcase at the Democratic convention a city transformed – just as they did a hundred years ago.
At parades and other events, members of a local union in San Francisco dazzle crowds with a routine that is part Riverdance, part Marine Corps march.
MIT students hack into Boston's transit system, highlighting security flaws in mass-transit cards.
An increasing number of cities are temporarily closing streets to cars and opening them to pedestrians and cyclists. It fosters a greater sense of community.