The state's high cost of living and tourism-focused development is making it difficult for some Native Hawaiians to keep their homes.
A Seattle initiative links homeless customers with charitable businesses.
West Palm Beach officials are playing "Baby Shark" and "Raining Tacos" all night outside a waterfront banquet hall to drive away people congregating outside.
Residents of wealthy neighborhoods are taking extreme measures to block much-needed housing and transportation projects.
Some city residents "have mental problems where they don’t even know they’re living that way," the president said. "In fact, perhaps they like living that way."
The tech giant says it wants to build 20,000 new residential units over the next decade.
The 'Out of Reach' report shows the housing crisis is hitting renters hard, especially those earning the minimum wage.
The nation needs another 6 million homes near the new jobs created in the past decade.
Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker wants to force wealthy suburbs to build more homes. It’s about time.
Meet the mobile home owners fighting back.
Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to spend a billion dollars fighting the state's homelessness crisis.
As Los Angeles landlords renovate units to reap the benefits of a high-priced rental market, renters are being pushed out.
The 2020 presidential candidate responds to reports that he disenfranchised low-income and minority homeowners as mayor of South Bend, Indiana.
Plenty, say activists who pressured him.
“There was a lack of committed leadership, committed resource.”
South Bend residents describe a technocratic leader who struggled to see beyond spreadsheets.
A ban on mega-landlords and a rental freeze are two ideas being hotly debated.
“People with no place to live will sleep outside if they have no alternative,” the judge wrote in her opinion.
There are only 37 affordable homes available for every 100 extremely low-income renters.
After years of inaction, states and cities are taking aggressive steps to protect renters and bring costs down.