What Hurricane Katrina Exposed About New Orleans in 2005—and What's Changed Since
Last year, 2016, was the first year since Hurricane Katrina that more people left New Orleans than moved in domestically—that has a lot to do with the dismal job market that continues to repel young professionals.
How California Lawmakers Inadvertently Perpetuated the State's Housing Crisis
A move to eliminate the state's re-development agencies in 2011 effectively wiped out billions in revenues that were earmarked for affordable housing. Now Jerry Brown is trying to amend that problem.
The Number of Homeless People in Hawaii Is Decreasing
The state's homeless population is falling thanks to Housing First strategies, but low-cost apartments can only go so far.
The Death of the Suburban Office Park and the Rise of the Suburban Poor
Jobs have gone urban, leaving office space in the suburbs obsolete and a distressed work force further away from help.