By Scott Keyes on February 3, 2014
Even as it declines nationally, homelessness is on the rise in the Bay State.
By Scott Keyes on January 31, 2014
A ThinkProgress reporter goes out on one of the coldest nights of the year to join a survey of the homeless population of Washington, D.C.
By Scott Keyes on January 29, 2014
D.C. officials were forced to send at least 60 families to hotels outside city limits.
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By Scott Keyes on January 24, 2014
A tragic reminder of how dangerous it is to be poor in America.
By Scott Keyes and Adam Peck on January 23, 2014
Even as the United States makes steady progress in its fight against homelessness, roughly half of states saw their homeless populations increase over the past five years.
By Scott Keyes on January 22, 2014
They risked their lives for the United States abroad. Now many are coming back to live without a home.
By Scott Keyes on January 21, 2014
There are approximately 400,000 homeless people born before 1964. If we don't take action, within 15 years nearly every one of them will likely be dead.
By Bryce Covert on January 6, 2014
Salt Lake City followed shortly behind Phoenix in giving shelter to its homeless veterans.
By Alan Pyke on January 6, 2014
Retired Air Force Colonel Robert Freniere, a 30-year veteran and former Pentagon aide to retired General Stanley McChrystal, now lives out of his van.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on January 6, 2014
As temperatures plunge below zero across the country this week, public health officials are urging Americans to stay inside. But that's not always an option for the extreme poor.