A spiraling controversy over anti-Semitic comments and conspiracy theories has roiled the Washington city government.
In a picture-perfect city known for its artsy charm just outside Orlando, Fla., a house adorned with blue and yellow swirls is stuck in the middle of a heated dispute between city hall and homeowners.
A real estate firm owned by Mexican billionaire María Asunción Aramburuzabala announced plans to build a 57-story skyscraper, set to become Mexico City's tallest building.
The State of Illinois’ attitude toward its struggling cities may be tested in the near future, partly due to a powerful new law that gives pension funds the ability to intercept local revenue.
The city-owned bar in Newell is facing repairs after strong winds over the weekend blew off part of the building's corrugated metal roof.
A new city health project aims to evaluate Baltimore's hospitals on their efforts to improve treatment for opioid use disorders.
As China's shadow grows in Southeast Asia, residents of Myanmar's former royal capital lament an influx of Chinese who they say are changing the face of the city.
Starting Tuesday, May 1, quintessential New York City staples—cabs, subways, bodegas—will get a splash of robin’s-egg blue.
Rapid City officials say a hospital continues to dump medical waste at the city landfill despite repeated warnings and fines over the past year.
Cities that invest in trees receive a significant amount of return on their investment every year, according to data.