Department Of Housing And Urban Development
Confronting Climate Change, Louisiana Shifts Toward Retreat
As coastal communities succumb to sea-level rise, managing population migration and decline has become a new focus in the state.
Elizabeth Warren Wants to Break Wall Street's Stranglehold on the Rental Housing Market
The senator is targeting Recession-era private-equity practices.
A Major Chicago Public-Housing Lawsuit Is Wrapping Up. The Segregation It Fought Against Lives on.
Over 50 years after the "Gautreaux" case began, the city's neighborhoods remain divided along racial lines.
An Increasing Number of Unsheltered People Must Weather the Polar Vortex
Due to an ongoing housing crisis, more and more people have nowhere to hide from this week's extreme cold.
How Houston Has Virtually Ended Homelessness Among Veterans
Can the city's model work for chronic homelessness, in Houston and beyond?
The Government Shutdown Could Decimate America's Subsidized Housing Programs
The contracts of over 1,000 Section 8 units have already expired, putting in jeopardy the housing of tens of thousands of people enrolled in the subsidy program. Should the shutdown continue, things could get much, much worse.
HUD Approves a $5 Billion Hurricane Harvey Disaster Recovery Plan
The recovery plan includes $1.1 billion in aid for home reconstruction, and $1.1 billion each for the City of Houston and Harris County.
HUD Secretary Proposes Steep Rent Increases for Americans in Federally Subsidized Housing
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson plans to propose rent increases of up to 300 percent for low-income households, the Washington Post reports.