If the nature we desire is, in fact, its expression as untamed wildness, then we should turn to the creativity of artists as well as urban designers when building our cities.
Politicians assume that voters cannot face the financial truth. To democracy experts this is just wrong. Involving voters results in better budgets as shows history from ancient Greece.
New York, California and other high-tax states are angling to use the charitable deduction and state payroll taxes as workarounds to shield both their residents and their revenue.
Does 21st century corporate logic contain the seeds of its own destruction?
The experiences of a migrant district in Scotland's biggest city could be the shape of things to come.
Public art and gender politics clash in corporate America.
Jim Dine and other pop artists like Andy Warhol took everyday things and transformed them into magical objects. In his prints a robe could become a self-portrait, a president, or a hero.
It's the 100th anniversary of the birth of graphic novel pioneer Will Eisner.
Warhol has become one of the most well known artists in the world, but his work still has secrets to reveal.
As the series draws to a close, it will leave in its wake controversy and debate.
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A fundraising initiative in Scotland has made headlines, but good intentions are not enough when it comes to helping vulnerable people.
Airbnb may have faced eviction in New York, but it has a great relationship with the authorities in most other cities around the world.
Donald Trump talks over women, refuses to listen, won't take control of his bad habits – enough already.
This quintessential modern art movement couldn't have gained precedence without the work of critics – and the Cold War.
Worldwide real estate makes up 60% of the value of all global assets. But it's being concentrated into the hands of a wealthy few.
Hillary Clinton’s 'slow and steady push' is hardly inspiring. But it shows she is playing the long game, already positioning herself as the centrist candidate for the election in November.
Two weeks ago Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz were riding high. The New York primary changes all that with decisive victories for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The story of New York's 1992 Democratic primary -- when another Clinton beat another left wing candidate with the help of another Cuomo.
While New York clings firmly to its system of rent control, London's housing market has changed too much to re-introduce them.