by Alan Pyke Nov 19, 2015
A meager benefit for the poorest Californians is basically out of reach for people with mental disabilities, a new suit alleges, in part because there's no online application.
by Alan Pyke Nov 18, 2015
The nation's capital plans to dismantle a self-made homeless community that flouts local law.
by Bryce Covert Nov 12, 2015
A number of cities have also ended veteran homelessness, with more expected to reach the milestone before the end of the year.
by Judd Legum Nov 2, 2015
"A human crisis seldom seen in the history of our city."
by Bryce Covert Oct 19, 2015
The governor praised efforts to clear the homeless and their belongings from the streets.
by Jack Jenkins Oct 13, 2015
Something about practicing what you preach…
by Scott Keyes Oct 8, 2015
The legal tide is turning against a tactic many cities use to criminalize homelessness.
by Bryce Covert Oct 7, 2015
The lawsuit claims the homeless were arrested for sleeping outside even when there wasn't any shelter available.
by Alan Pyke Oct 1, 2015
An untenable impromptu shelter gets shut down amid Seattle's struggle to get a grip on surging homelessness.
by Bryce Covert Sep 30, 2015
The U.S. first treated mass homelessness like a national emergency. That mindset has made a resurgence.