Sam Stein's Capital City offers a blistering and persuasive critique of how real estate dominates city planning—to the detriment of most residents.
The growth of the tech industry has put a high premium on available housing, and new construction isn't keeping up with need.
Most U.S. cities have a housing crisis and severe racial segregation. Will a spate of new plans work to solve both problems?
First Nations reserves residents are often forced to live in arduous conditions due to a system that prevents them from owning land or getting a mortgage.
If rent-control measures pass in all of the states and cities where they're currently on the table, nearly a third of all renter households in the United States could secure relief.
A look at foreclosures in two Southern California cities shows why some fared better than others in the housing crisis.
Gritty Hammond, Ind., and 80 other cities in decline have a novel approach to economic development: They're attracting new residents by offering to pay for their children to attend college. But is a promise to pay tuition a growth strategy — or welfare for the middle class?