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Wells Fargo settlement: An important victory for minority homeowners, communities

Wells Fargo’s decision to settle its mortgage discrimination lawsuit with the city of Memphis represents an important victory for minority homeowners and communities, writes law professor Raymond Brescia.


HUD Secretary Donovan on the spiraling costs of sprawl

In this Blueprint America interview, John Larson talks with Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan about how transportation adds to the true cost of housing.


Elizabeth Warren tapped to set up new consumer agency

The Harvard lawyer and consumer advocate will help set up a new oversight bureau with vast regulatory powers.


  Living large: A look inside the tiny house movement

Need to Know visited one of the leaders of the “tiny house” movement, Dee Williams, who lives in a simple but stylish 84 square-foot home in Olympia, Washington.

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