Landlords tried to evict dozens of tenants in at least three states in violation of the federal moratorium. And in most places, renters had almost no legal help in fighting back.
By Ryan E. Little, Aneurin Canham-Clyne, The Howard Center for Investigative Reporting, Brenda Wintrode, Amy DiPierro, Luciana Perez Uribe, Sean McGoey, Sophia Brown, Maya Pottiger, The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism
The order announced Tuesday stops many evictions until the end of the year. But housing advocates say that without rent relief and billions of dollars for landlords, it only delays a wave of debt and homelessness.
By Michael Casey, Regina Garcia Cano, Associated Press
The massive explosion in Beirut that killed hundreds and injured thousands of people has created new crises in the city. Special Correspondent Leila Molana-Allen reports on the new homelessness and health care crisis in a country already reeling from the…
By Leila Molana-Allen
Officials say the city will provide 6,000 new beds within 10 months and another 700 beds over 18 months. And the county will spend $300 million over five years to fund services for the people.
By Christopher Weber, Associated Press
By Robert Jablon, Associated Press
A federal judge has ordered Los Angeles city and county to move thousands of homeless people who are living near freeways, saying their health is at risk from pollution and the coronavirus.
By Zachary Green, Ivette Feliciano
There are more than 1.5 million homeless public school students in the United States. But with many of those young people relying on school for safety, stability and food, the mass closures of school buildings all over the country due…
By Stephanie Sy, Lena I. Jackson, Casey Kuhn
In order to protect themselves and their communities from the novel coronavirus outbreak, Americans across the country are staying home. But what happens to those who don’t have one? Stephanie Sy reports on how people experiencing homelessness are uniquely vulnerable…
By Janie Har, Associated Press
California officials have vowed repeatedly to get the roughly 150,000 people experiencing homelessness indoors, but testing shortages and bureaucratic wrangling are making it difficult.
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
The mantra of the Dallas Street Choir is “homeless, not voiceless.” Some 2,000 singers have passed through the group in the last five years, seeking support, artistic expression and community as they contend with life on the streets. The organization…
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