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How Cities Are Divided By Income, Mapped

Three types of visualizations show the stark economic disparities in U.S. cities.<p>In Philly’s Center City live its richest residents—those who can pay the premium for that walkable, amenity-rich, green neighborhood. But just across the river, blocks away from the lush, expanding campuses of the …

Demographics

Suspect is shot and captured in New York-area bombings

LINDEN, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey police officer responding to a call about a hoodied vagrant curled up asleep in a bar doorway roused him and quickly …

Extremism

SpaceX - Static Fire Anomaly - AMOS-6 - 09-01-2016

25+ People Who Take Instructions Too Literally

There's a good chance that some of you reading this post served in one of the conflicts of the last 15 years. Those of you who have, and even those …

More Trees, Fewer Cars for the Central Squares of Paris

A long-planned redesign will semi-pedestrianize some of the city’s most famous public spaces.<p>Last year, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo promised to makeover seven major Parisian squares. This March, following a public consultation, Paris City Hall came up with the goods, providing detailed plans that will …

Urban Design

Donald Trump’s Chicago scam

By Joe Scarborough<p>We keep talking to ourselves. Constantly. Trying to make order out of chaos and sense out of the surreal. And this year, most doing the talking have gotten it wrong. Wrong about Trump. Wrong about Rubio. Wrong about Sanders. And now wrong about the road ahead.<p>What are we talking …

Donald Trump

Window Seat Please Photography

Through his book <i>Window Seat Please</i>, french photographer Karl Hab takes us in an immersive journey inside different airplanes. From page to page, we …

Philadelphia English

<b>Philadelphia English</b> is a variety or dialect of American English native to Philadelphia and extending into Philadelphia's metropolitan area …

After 6 Years And 720,000 Attempts, Photographer Finally Takes Perfect Shot Of Kingfisher

Alan McFadyen, who has been an avid wildlife photographer since 2009, just captured a photo that he has spent 6 years trying to get. By his count, it …

The Nation's Thanksgiving Flights, Visualized

As many of you will have experienced in the last 24 hours, Thanksgiving is a busy time for the nation’s airlines. And that’s never more obvious than …

How connected is your city? Urban transport trends around the world

<b>Cities in numbers</b>: The densest cities can be the most efficient, lively and sustainable – but only if they boast effective management and design to minimise overcrowding and pollution<p>Cities exist to provide access to people, goods, services and information: the better and more efficient this …

11 Beautiful Italian Words And Phrases That Just Don't Translate

Image: IakovKalinin<p>Italy is indisputably a land of beautiful things: beautiful landscapes, cities, cuisine, fashion and people. It’s also home to a beautiful language -- a language after our own heart that celebrates adventure, the art of treating yourself and, of course, mind-blowingly delicious …

Here's the salary you need to be in the top 5% of earners in 21 major US cities

Big cities — with their fine dining, upscale shopping, and luxurious apartments — tend to attract the wealthy.<p>For instance, to crack the top 5% of high-earners in San Francisco, your household income must be <b>$350,000.</b><p>That's according to The New York Times' interactive tool that allows you to enter …

10 German words we should all be using

1. Weltschmerz | World pain<p>A state of depression at how the world keeps falling short of expectations.<p><b>Example:</b> After watching the news, all Megan …

Billionaire Michael Dell was just revealed as the mysterious buyer of the most expensive home ever sold in NYC, a $100 million penthouse — see inside

Michael Dell — founder and CEO of Dell Technologies — owns the most expensive apartment ever sold in New York City, and it was a well-kept secret until now.<p>The Wall Street Journal reports that the tech billionaire was the buyer of the $100.5 million penthouse in One57, according to two people with …

Real Estate

Funny Illustrations About Two Kinds of People Part II

The Tumblr <i>2 Kinds of People</i> continues to divide the world in two distinct parts through funny illustrations, referring to pop culture, daily habits …

I never realized how dumb our cities are until I saw what a smart one looks like.

With the population growing and most of it happening in cities, these Canadian journalists wanted to take a closer look at whether our sprawling …

Medellín

7 Older Celebrities Who Absolutely Refuse To Retire

While many of us look forward to hitting the magical age where we can collect retirement income and say goodbye to a lifetime of 9-to-5 work, it seems celebrities are a different species.<p>Here are some famous post 50s who say retirement might as well be a four-letter word.<p><b>1. Betty White,</b> the former …

26 Classical Music Memes That Will Make You Chuckle

You'll throw your Bach out laughing!

I Illustrate The Literal Meanings Of Idioms

This is an ongoing series of illustrations in which I play with idioms and proverbs.<p>These are some of the illustrations and you are welcome to visit …

RANKED: The 50 best suburbs in America

The US is full of incredible places to live — cities, yes, but also unique small towns and villages that people call home.<p>After examining data on 2,754 municipalities across the country, we put together a list of America's 50 best suburbs. We considered suburbs with populations between 5,000 and …

Google Maps

The best thing to eat in every state

From regional delicacies to to-die-for dishes, we found the one food you should eat in every US state.<p>We chose the most iconic and famous dishes, taking local recommendations into consideration, and picking items you simply can't get anywhere else.<p>Whether you have a sweet tooth, a preference for …

New York Style

Astronauts sleep in padded broom closets and velcro their heads to pillows

The International Space Station (ISS) orbits the Earth at 17,150 miles per hour, clocking one lap around our planet every hour and a half. Doing the math, this means 16 sunsets every 24 hours — a new day every 90 minutes.<p>Fascinating, yes, but this unrelenting motion can create colossal jet lag and …

Post Ratio Landing Page

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Mapping the Crushing Truth About Your Work Commute

Many people in the U.S. carpool, walk, and use public transit to get to work—but most are still hacking traffic in a car, all alone.<p>Things don't look so bad.<p>Nathan Yau of FlowingData has put together an interactive map tool that shows how Americans get to work. From a national perspective, there …

This is what it looks like when hundreds of thousands of drivers use the federal highway system

By Emily Badger<p>, Reporter<p>The above map, made by Eric Fischer at Mapbox using federal data, shows in yellow every road in the country, from Interstates to local arterials, that's part of the Federal-Aid Highway Program. This is the road infrastructure that's supported by the Highway Trust Fund and, …

Roads

Before-and-after maps show how freeways transformed America's cities

Between the 1950s and the 1980s, cities across the country undertook massive freeway construction projects. In many cases they decided to run the freeways straight through downtown, bulldozing thousands of homes and businesses in the process.<p>At the time, this was seen as a sign of progress. Not …

Tour Of America's Infrastructure Stops In Kansas City

Listen<p>Listening...<p>19:27<p>Two journalists are traveling across the country in a 1949 Hudson Commodore to explore the state of America's infrastructure. …