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Dayton is the most affordable housing market in the United States, according to Trulia.

Why It's So Hard for Millennials to Find a Place to Live and Work

The paradox of the American Dream: The best cities to get ahead are often the most expensive places to live, and the most affordable places to live can be the worst cities to get ahead.

A VTA bus could be the solution.

Silicon Valley May Soon Offer a Public Bus Commute That's Quicker Than Driving

The El Camino BRT project shows why great transit needs exclusive lanes.

The Case Against Universal Preschool

Is prekindergarten for all actually the solution for closing the achievement gap? Some experts say no.

San Diego City Council Takes Vote on ‘Toilet to Tap’ Plan

California’s second-largest city looks to wastewater to quench its thirst.

An oil rig near Williston, North Dakota.

Oil Boom Housing Crunch Forces North Dakota to Assist Its State Employees

Energy workers aren’t the only ones with high rent. State workers are feeling the financial pain, too.

NYC unveils 'links'—the pay phones of the future.

R.I.P., Pay Phones. Hello, 'Links'

NYC's swanky future pay phones will provide unlimited Wi-Fi and free domestic calls. But will they be accessible to everyone?

Chattanooga, Tennessee is home to some of the fastest Internet speeds in the United States.

Next Century Cities Broadband Coalition Presses for Municipal Self Determination

Plenty of cities want to develop their own local high-speed networks, but state laws often hamper those efforts.

Second Texas Textbook Publisher Drops Climate-Denial Entry Amid Backlash

McGraw-Hill's announcement comes less than a week before the board votes to adopt a new set of social-studies textbooks in Texas.

Do New Laws Help or Hurt the Homeless?

Twenty-two cities around the country, from Los Angeles to Atlanta to Philadelphia, have enacted legislation restricting individuals and groups from feeding the homeless in public places.

Cyberattackers Freeze Detroit Database, Demand 2,000 Bitcoin Ransom

At the North American International Cyber Summit, Mayor Mike Duggan says the city won’t pay up.