The Fox News host's attacks on the homeless are "so extreme and dangerous," one critic wrote.
The "Last Week Tonight" host exclaimed "WTF" to a common complaint about people who live on the streets.
"I met people across the country, from Appalachia to Oakland, who worked multiple jobs, had multiple roommates, and still could not reliably pay all of their bills each month."
The apparently homeless man's retort is now trending after an anti-vaccine protester asked why homeless people weren't "dead in the streets with COVID."
"How did I wind up living in my car? My husband disappeared. Before he vanished, I stopped recognizing him."
The California congresswoman is one of the most prominent Black figures in U.S. politics.
Joseph Sobolewski allegedly paid $2 for a bottle of Mountain Dew advertised as 2 for $3. A single bottle was $2.29 plus tax.
No one believed Joshua Spriestersbach — not even his various public defenders — until a hospital psychiatrist finally listened.
The evictions have mostly been on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Democrats failed to push through an extension before heading off on Congress's summer recess. The Missouri lawmaker invites them to her campout.
The White House is punting the issue to Congress, where Democrats haven't been paying attention to the eviction moratorium lately.
The resolution from Bush, who experienced homelessness, demands Congress invest in affordable housing and services for unhoused people.
Residents earning up to 80% of their area’s median income would benefit from the plan that's reportedly being finalized in the state Legislature.
“Don’t talk about my show anymore.” Fox News’ Sean Hannity lost his cool after Jimmy Kimmel made fun of his interview with California gubernatorial hopeful Caitlyn Jenner.
Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed a historic investment in affordable housing and rental support as part of the state’s “California Comeback Plan.”
The GOP California gubernatorial candidate lamented that airplane owners are moving away so they don't have to see homeless people.
The Biden administration has withdrawn the proposed rule, which would have allowed single-sex shelters to turn away transgender people.
“This ever-worsening public health and safety emergency demands immediate, life-saving action," a federal judge said Tuesday.
Advocates in California are urging the state to prioritize the single-dose vaccine for unhoused people, who can be harder to reach.
As the state moves to an age-based rollout for the COVID-19 vaccine, advocates worry that people who are unhoused or incarcerated will be left behind.