by Alan Pyke Nov 17, 2015
Paternalistic ideas about poverty usually set activists' hair on fire. But smoking is different -- and a far bigger threat to public housing is already moving quietly through Congress.
by Alan Pyke Oct 31, 2015
Are debt collectors invading the American housing finance market?
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 Alan Pyke Sep 30, 2015
Progressive firebrand Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is lending public support to longstanding criticisms of federal housing auctions.
by Bryce Covert Sep 21, 2015
There's virtually no scenario in which rent will become more widely affordable.
by Bryce Covert Aug 29, 2015
Funding shortfalls, legal barriers, and other obstacles mean that many residents are still fighting their way home.
by Bryce Covert Aug 27, 2015
"Women should not have to choose between being homeless and staying alive or keeping their children alive."
by Alan Pyke Aug 27, 2015
An acre of real estate in Oakland seemed destined to host luxury housing. But now, it could become a teachers' village.
by Alan Pyke Aug 18, 2015
Maryland's housing agency will continue to be lead by a man who suggested low-income mothers willfully poison their children to score free housing.
by Alan Pyke Aug 13, 2015
Once isolated in America's poorest communities, unaffordable rent costs are now a nationwide problem.