by Bryce Covert Posted on September 19, 2014 Updated: September 19, 2014
A steady stream of banks are settling over the illegal practice of denying loans to women on maternity leave.
by Bryce Covert Posted on August 29, 2014
The building is the latest in New York City to include a separate poor door, something legal under the city's current housing code.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on August 28, 2014
A new report finding that inner city children are more likely to have food allergies is just the latest evidence of health disparities starting young.
by Alan Pyke Posted on August 15, 2014
What does a Wall Street Journal story about how the wealthiest homeowners are looking to downsize tell us about the economy as a whole?
by Bryce Covert Posted on August 14, 2014
St. Louis, the area around Ferguson, is one of the most racially segregated areas in the country.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 22, 2014 Updated: July 30, 2014
A hedge fund is now the country's largest landlord, and the first formal study of living conditions for its tenants shows critics' concerns are justified.
by Bryce Covert Posted on July 21, 2014
Poor residents are also likely to be banned from using the building's amenities, such as the pool.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 10, 2014 Updated: July 10, 2014
Mary Phillips has lived in the same San Francisco apartment for 50 years, but now a company that bought her building in 2012 is trying to kick her out.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 2, 2014
The rent was already too damn high, but it just got too-damn-higher.
by Alan Pyke Posted on May 13, 2014
With more than a trillion dollars in outstanding student debt, how can anyone expect young people to buy their own homes?