A federal judge’s ruling clears the way for Detroit to proceed with the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history
(DETROIT) — A judge was expected to announce Tuesday whether Detroit can come up with a plan to get rid of $18 billion in debt in the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history, a case that ultimately could crack a shield protecting public pensions and also put the city’s extraordinary art collection up for grabs.
A breathtaking succession of murders and shootings are a vivid reminder that the city’s biggest problem is very much part of its present
(OAKLAND, Calif.) — San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit’s contract with its two largest unions appears to be facing uncertainty as the agency called late Friday for a return to the bargaining table, just weeks after the agreement settled a dispute that had caused two strikes.
The solution: helmet vending machines
(NEW YORK) — A lawyer for the federal judge removed from cases concerning the New York Police Department’s stop-and-frisk policy says the city’s attempt to have orders vacated is “judicial McCarthyism.”
$28 million apartment complex opens offering housing for the homeless
The world’s first domed stadium will likely face the wrecking ball after Houston voters showed it no love
As the bankrupt city moves close to electing its first white mayor since 1974, race is proving to be less of a concern than competence
(NEW YORK) — A federal appeals court block of a judge’s ruling that found the New York Police Department’s stop-and-frisk policy discriminated against minorities may be short lived, depending on the outcome of next week’s
The anti-smoking measure is a capstone on Mayor Bloomberg’s decade-long war on tobacco
Symptoms of burning eyes, irritated throats and headaches
The California High Patrol reported 404 accidents within the 24-hour period ending early Thursday morning