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.
by Alan Pyke Mar 9, 2016
The worker reportedly insisted that a video she shot of the incident be posted online despite warnings from allies that she could be disciplined or fired.
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.