People Are Moving to Smaller Cities in Search of Affordable Houses That Don't Exist
Millennials are stuck renting in places they would never have chosen if not for the dream of owning a home.
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The EPA's Lies About Air Pollution Are Killing Americans
In its latest move to protect industry, the government has ensured that we'll see more deaths from asthma, heart problems and cognitive degeneration.
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Uber Was Designed to Exploit Drivers
The company's disjointed, decentralized strategy makes it almost immune to labor action.
A Rogue Coder Turned a Parking Spot into a Coworking Space and People Loved It
"Car parking squanders space that can be used for the public good."
Lyft and Uber Want to Fund Better Roads...for Lyft and Uber
Rideshare companies are investing in public infrastructure, but only when it helps their bottom line.
We Need to Completely Redesign Curbs
Crowded curbsides cause a huge amount of traffic and congestion in our cities. Could "flex zones" help?
New York Is Getting Congestion Pricing, Whether It's Ready or Not
New York is about to institute congestion pricing, and it will include an exemption for people who make below $60,000 per year.
Millennial Democrats Like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Pete Buttigieg Are Ready to Face Off Against Job-Stealing Robots
"We should not be haunted by the specter of being automated out of work."
Is Congestion Pricing the New Sweeping Regulation We Need?
On April 1, New York state will pass its annual budget. Experts say this might be the year that the state finally passes congestion pricing. The question is whether legislators can do it ethically.
Going Cashless Looks More and More Like a Capitalist Scam
Lawmakers argue bans on cashless stores could protect tens of millions of Americans without access to credit cards.
The College Bribery Scam Reveals How Rich People Use 'Charity' to Cheat
Anand Giridharadas explains how alleged payoffs to test takers and athletic coaches are part of a larger ecosystem of elite hypocrisy.
Can a Ridehailing App Be Ethical?
Via pays its drivers more than any other company, focuses on environmentally friendly practices, and wants to decrease traffic congestion. But is there a catch?