By Helping Wealthy Cuban Exiles, Trump Might Hurt Ordinary Cuban Citizens
Activating a provision that allows rich exiles to sue in American court for property lost during the 1959 revolution would raise hostilities once again and potentially hurt the Cuban economy.
In South Carolina, Hurricane Florence Put the Gullah People's Way of Life in Peril
Many in the community live on land that is classified as "heir's property," a legal condition that leaves it particularly vulnerable, especially in a disaster.
Do We Need to Force People to Live in the Homes They Own?
With more and more individual investors looking to real estate as just another money-making commodity to add to their portfolio, rents are being driven to unreachable heights for all but the wealthiest among us.