by Bryce Covert May 27, 2016
"The police take advantage of our powerlessness as homeless people," one homeless person said.
by Alan Pyke May 4, 2016
Akron police have told Hill he’s a “stain on society” and should “get a fucking job,” according to the lawsuit.
by Alan Pyke Apr 21, 2016
Mayor Eric Garcetti's new budget gives a more detailed glimpse at the city's initial efforts in what promises to be a decade-long campaign to end homelessness.
by Alan Pyke Mar 29, 2016
The scope of the affordable housing and homelessness crises are so vast that even an ambitious new bill wouldn't be enough.
by Alan Pyke Mar 25, 2016
Marchers will demand answers about how Jeffery Pendleton, 26, died in a jail cell after being unable to make $100 bail on a misdemeanor charge.
by Alan Pyke Mar 24, 2016
Portland will spend $30 million building new housing and trying to prevent people from becoming homeless in the first place. But the plan also adopts a thornier idea.
by Bryce Covert Mar 23, 2016
At New York City shelters, schools, and jails, sanitary products are often scarce.
by Bryce Covert Mar 21, 2016
The city has been clearing homeless encampments and destroying their personal property.
by Alan Pyke Mar 18, 2016
D.C. is in a desperate situation for homelessness, and advocates have embraced a plan to spread shelter spaces around the city. But it turns out the policy would also be a boon to some important campaign donors.
by Alan Pyke Mar 15, 2016
One prominent homelessness advocate applauded Mayor Bill de Blasio's move to have shelter security staff retrained by city cops, but others see a looming disaster.