Amid Its War on Fair Housing Protections, HUD Takes a Rare Aggressive Action Against Los Angeles
HUD reached a deal with Los Angeles to improve disability access, but has left other discrimination cases unaddressed.
Can Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren, and U.S. Cities End Exclusionary Zoning?
Most U.S. cities have a housing crisis and severe racial segregation. Will a spate of new plans work to solve both problems?
HUD Is Proposing a New Restriction on Housing Assistance. It Could Cost Thousands of Kids Their Homes.
Housing advocates, immigrants' rights groups, social policy think tanks, and public housing management organizations have united in opposition to the rule.
Why Is Trump's Department of Housing and Urban Development Suing Facebook?
The dispute between HUD and Facebook over how advertisers target ads looks to be coming to a head. How did we get here?
Why Can't We Get an Accurate Count of the Homeless Population?
HUD requires communities to send out volunteers to tally homeless individuals one by one, often undercounting the number of people experiencing homelessness.
How the Government Shutdown Crippled HUD's Public Records System
Members of the public can no longer submit requests via the Department of Housing and Urban Development's website or track their status.
Will Handing Public Housing Projects to Private Developers Hurt the Poor?
The government has called the new Rental Assistance Demonstration program the "answer" to housing woes, but there's very little evidence to support that case.
Are the Feds Finally Doing Something About Housing Discrimination?
After decades of inaction, the Department of Housing and Urban Development has begun to move against two localities for allegedly violating the Fair Housing Act.
Is Obama Delivering on His Promise of a ‘21st Century’ Approach to Drugs?
As Obama and the U.S. drug czar roll out their 2013 plan, here’s a look at what’s in it, and what they’ve done so far.