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Immigrants and some people of color are moving to the suburbs...

Grigoris Argeros, Eastern Michigan University In the traditional American image of suburbia, the majority of residents are predominately native-born white Americans, living in large single-family...

A new solution for America’s empty churches: A change of faith

Ashima Krishna, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Over the past few decades, vacant and underutilized churches have become a familiar sight...

Bargain-hunting robocars could spell the end for downtown parking – cities...

Corey Harper, Carnegie Mellon University and Constantine Samaras, Carnegie Mellon University Imagine a scene from the near-future: You get dropped off downtown by a driverless...

New York’s new rental protections won’t end the outsize influence of...

Cem S. Kayatekin, IE University New York has passed sweeping new laws that will close some legal loopholes that allowed the city’s 1 million rent-stabilized...

Can parks help cities fight crime?

Lincoln Larson, North Carolina State University and S. Scott Ogletree, Clemson University The relationship between parks and crime remains the subject of debate. Some scholars...

How dogs help keep multiracial neighborhoods socially segregated

Sarah Mayorga-Gallo, University of Massachusetts Boston Cities in the United States are getting less segregated and, according to a recent national survey, most Americans value...

Most of America’s rural areas are doomed to decline

David Swenson, Iowa State University Since the Great Recession, most of the nation’s rural counties have struggled to recover lost jobs and retain their people....

Why some counties are powerhouses for innovation

Christopher Boone, Arizona State University By the time the application window closed, Amazon had received 238 proposals from cities and regions throughout North America looking...

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How do you frighten political strongmen? Teach journalism.

By Thomas Fiedler, Boston University A few weeks ago, a colleague of mine stood talking before an attentive group in a hotel conference room when...