Cities drive our economy, but they won't be returning to full employment anytime soon
People pay for two premiums—first, to live by wonderful amenities, and second, to take advantage of the area's greater productivity
What are the factors that shape the relative peacefulness of nations?
High-skill immigrants are more prevalent—and economically important—than ever before
Why are men earning less than ever before? The answer may lie in the type of work they do.
Families who choose the right neighborhoods have been shown to save real money
The nation's capital clocked the highest level of housing appreciation and boasted the second-highest real household income
Want to afford groceries with that salary? Examining America's real incomes shows the value of metro areas like Washington DC and Des Moines.
Big cities can attract big talent, but this year's Dallas-Miami final features teams from medium-sized markets. What do populations and regions have to do with rings?
Which metropolitan area is America's healthiest? It's not where you'd expect.
Amazon has compiled a list of the top literary metro areas—many predictable, some more surprising
Does home court advantage really help teams win?
A new FBI report reveals that big cities are the safest they've been in decades
Towns across the country hope to capture their brand with a good catchphrase, but the task is not as easy as it sounds
New figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show growth of low-wage jobs
Where should they go? A look at what makes places attractive for our nation's young professionals—and a list of the 25 best metro areas.
The overwhelming result—no connection at all between a state's investment tax burdens and its economic performance
In a state once hailed for its car culture, closing Lincoln Ford Mercury may herald the death knell of Fordism
America's racist groups concentrate in certain regions—and their presence correlates with religion, McCain votes, and poverty
A new report seems to support the spending philosophy of liberal governors