Department of Housing and Urban Development
Lynne Patton said she may have violated the Hatch Act, then called anyone mad about it a “liberal snowflake.”
HUD chief Ben Carson says waitlists for subsidized housing are too long. Critics say the rule will affect American-born children of immigrants.
There are only 37 affordable homes available for every 100 extremely low-income renters.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has begun the formal process of revamping the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development effectively suspended the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule on May 18.
The next front in the battle over affordable housing isn't Boston or San Francisco. It's Boise.
The HUD secretary also wants stricter work requirements for people living in subsidized housing.
Matthew Hunter was the director of political affairs at the controversial data firm -- and now he's a Trump political appointee.
The state just announced the new location it has selected for relocating a community threatened by climate change. It wasn't the community's plan.
His spokesman initially denied that the secretary and his wife were involved in the lavish purchase decision.
The HUD secretary claimed he "was as surprised as anyone to find out" about the lavish purchase.
The congressional panel wants the receipts.
Patton attacked April Ryan on Twitter, before later deleting the offending tweet and apologizing.
For years, advocates have called victims of domestic violence part of the country’s “hidden homeless.” But now, for the first
The affordability noose is tightening in certain markets.
For one, it's a surefire way to perpetuate the problem.
Judge Harry Cantrell routinely refuses to set bail below $2,500 -- regardless of the facts.