by Alan Pyke Feb 27, 2016
Strangers gave them tiny homes. Now Los Angeles is taking them away again, despite a self-declared state of emergency around homelessness and affordable housing.
by Alan Pyke Feb 19, 2016
Years on from the crisis, Nevada is still among the hardest-hit states for foreclosures. Why aren't they coming up more in the primary there?
by Alex Zielinski Feb 12, 2016
"Do you want a neighborhood of all one income? Is that what you're asking for?"
by Alex Zielinski Feb 10, 2016
"Once someone is housed, depression often lifts, stress fades away, infections heal. It's instant."
by Bryce Covert Jan 9, 2016
"Their comments made me feel broken," one victim said.
by Bryce Covert Dec 18, 2015
The Department of Housing and Urban Development will release funds that had been sitting unused, which should get most residents back into rebuilt homes.
by Bryce Covert Dec 7, 2015
Baltimore is only second to Detroit in how many renters are threatened with eviction.
by Carimah Townes Dec 2, 2015
The New York City Housing Authority is bringing back its "Not Wanted" list.
by Shiv Rawal - Guest Contributor Dec 1, 2015
Amendments rolling back an Obama administration rule aimed at desegregation may crop up in a government funding bill.
by Scott Keyes Nov 21, 2015
Homelessness is declining, but not quick enough.