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By Janie Har, Associated Press
Americans who live in apartments without private garages are stringing extension cords across sidewalks and waiting in line at public charging stations for hours to power up their electric vehicles.
By Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press
The U.S. Treasury Department has concluded that more than 80% of the billions of dollars in federal rental assistance during the pandemic went to low-income tenants.
By Michael Casey, Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
The clock is ticking away again for those who could face eviction this fall. The CDC's pandemic moratorium on evictions is set to expire in early October — or possibly even sooner. The Biden administration is pushing states, cities, and…
The debate over how to deal with a potential wave of evictions is growing in Washington, D.C. and across the country with more than 6 million people behind on their rent. Not all of those people are going to face…
By William Brangham
During this coronavirus pandemic, we hear repeatedly from public health officials to stay at home. But many Americans don’t have stable housing -- and now, a growing number of people are being forced out of where they live because they…
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