by Bryce Covert Mar 24, 2016
The problem of lead poisoning goes way beyond Flint.
by Alan Pyke Mar 4, 2016
Not having a home doesn't erase your property rights anymore in Indianapolis.
by Alan Pyke Nov 17, 2015
Paternalistic ideas about poverty usually set activists' hair on fire. But smoking is different -- and a far bigger threat to public housing is already moving quietly through Congress.
by Alan Pyke Sep 30, 2015
Progressive firebrand Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is lending public support to longstanding criticisms of federal housing auctions.
by Scott Keyes Sep 22, 2015
A major step from the Obama administration to fight back against local policies that criminalize homelessness.
by Alan Pyke Aug 18, 2015
The federal government appears to be getting serious about combating local laws that turn homeless people into criminals.
by Alan Pyke Jul 16, 2015
A trio of lawmakers are demanding answers on a federal agency's quiet move to soften Wall Street crooks' re-entry into society.
by Alan Pyke Jul 8, 2015
Conservatives are attacking the effort to fix huge flaws with America's housing segregation laws as a war on suburbs.
by Zack Ford Jul 2, 2015
Gay, lesbian, and bisexual people can find relief from housing discrimination, but not in all cases.
by Zack Ford Feb 20, 2015
New guidance will help ensure transgender people are not denied access to homeless shelters and transitional housing.