An Italian firm has put forward an idea for a green city that would be completely self-sustaining, modern, and green.
In a metaphor too apt to be made up, the council has been forced to relocate until the flood waters recede.
In hopes of saving their countries, many small nations are making big promises on cutting emissions.
America's racial wealth disparity is entrenched, with devastating effects. What if we got rid of it?
With little progress on other avenues to preventing mass shootings, one firm has employed architecture to save students.
We often discuss what the minimum wage does to the economy, but rarely do we discuss what it does to people.
Her plan to abolish most student debt has been put before Congress. But does it have any chance of passing?
There are many reasons the student debt crisis is what it is, a few of them can be traced back to good ol' Uncle Joe.
One report claims the trade is better pay for fewer jobs over all. Other reports disagree.
A new study shows that most people have advice for their younger self that tends towards a few important areas.
Bernie speaks again about what democratic socialism means, and raises a debate about what freedom is.
A plan to forgive almost a trillion dollars in debt would solve the student loan debt crisis, but can it work?
Can you make solar power work when the sun goes down? You can, and Dubai is about to run a city that way.
Is it saying too much to say something doesn't exist when you have no evidence either way?
Climate change is a dire threat, perhaps it is time to put the people who created and denied the problem on trial?
The Oxfam report prompted Anand Giridharadas to tweet: "Don't be Pinkered into everything's-getting-better complacency."
Some games are just for fun, others are for thought provoking statements on life, the universe, and everything.
Great ideas in philosophy often come in dense packages. Then there is where the work of Marcus Aurelius.