Across the southern US, cheap cost of living and high incomes are sending cities on an upward spiral of success, but prosperity could be hiding growing inequality.
A former Kansas City Fire Department paramedic accused of stealing opioids from ambulances now faces charges in a two-count federal indictment.
An epidemic of new cities are popping up all over Asia and Africa. What these places become are going to tell the story of geo-economics in the coming decades.
California's capital city is on edge for the funeral of a 22-year-old unarmed black man killed by Sacramento police.
Steven Gerrard can see his former club edging Manchester City in what should be a tightly contested Champions League quarterfinal.
Trump's $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan will make U.S. cities less competitive, says Nicholas Dagen Bloom.
A popular summer stop, Norway's southwestern coastal city of Stavanger and its fjords region makes for a fine winter playground as well.
U.S. cities, states and companies increasingly find themselves at risk for cyberattacks and breaches involving so-called ransomware, which place them at the mercy of hackers demanding money.