A 2020 study found that formerly redlined neighborhoods are hotter than other areas in the same city. Here’s why.
Excerpted from "Pure America: Eugenics and the Making of Modern Virginia."
Eleven pieces our readers kept coming back to.
Pennsylvania has always defied easy categorization. That's what makes it so great.
Yellowlining—the lesser cousin of federal-government redlining—was a discriminatory force that historians and economists have only begun to explore.
Trump, militias, and the long history of voter intimidation and violence in the Midwest.
The city illustrates, starkly, the challenges and opportunities of the country in 2020.
Can an income-based water affordability plan solve the city’s water shutoff problem?
What happened in Kenosha, Wisconsin the night Jacob Blake was shot, according to four people who were there.
An excerpt from "Black in the Middle."
D.C. Stephenson, Grand Dragon of the KKK, was once the most powerful man in Indiana. His racism was popular. Then he killed a white woman.
In June, Ohio legislators refused to ban confederate memorabilia from county fairs. The state has long had a complicated relationship with the confederacy.