The homelessness problem is getting out of hand and increasing the risk of danger, a steakhouse owner in Austin, Texas, said recently.
Business Owners In Grand Central Terminal Say Homeless Population Is Taking Over
Homelessness And Criminality'... echnocrats care about inventing, not improving life for fellow citizens. San Francisco is dominated by tech giants but is in a state of dystopian anarchy by homeless, addicts, and criminals.
The homeless community at a state-sanctioned campground in East Austin is organizing into their own town.
"This is decades and decades of failures," one expert said of the persistent homelessness crisis that continues to plague California.
California officials threaten to clear out rat-infested MILE-LONG homeless encampment on cycle path in Sonoma County
The mayor of Los Angeles has written to the Trump administration to formally request federal assistance with the growing numbers of homeless on the city's streets, a letter that shows he and Housing Secretary Ben Carson have had negotiations on the
Two homeless mothers have temporarily beaten back an eviction attempt brought by the property owners of the vacant West Oakland home they have occupied " without the owner's permission " for the past six weeks.
Earlier this week, on Christmas Eve, an order from the city of Cleveland was posted on the door of the Denison Avenue United Church of Christ, demanding that they kick out the homeless people that they had been allowing to sleep on their property or
Trump is NOT accepting Gavin Newsom's begging pleas, likely because he doesn't think Newsom knows how to fix the problem.
Ask any San Franciscan what the state of California has an excess of and the most likely answer will be homeless people (and their excrement, especially with the liberal mecca recording as many as 16,000 "feces complaints" in one week ).
-$3 Billion, 300-Acre City For The Homeless A California crowdfunding effort is hoping to solve the U.S. homeless crisis by building a 300-acre city open exclusively to those without a home.
-amid plans to shelter its residents in FAIRGROUNDS as California struggles under the weight of 130,000 people living on the streets
The Supreme Court refused Monday to hear a major case on homelessness, letting stand a ruling that protects homeless people's right to sleep on the sidewalk or in public parks if no other shelter is available.
Oakland City Council President Rebecca Kaplan recently suggested a plan to house up to 1,000 people from the city's homeless population on a cruise ship, but officials with the Port of Oakland have disputed the proposal, calling it "untenable."
More insanity from the city government of Portland, Oregon.
Kanye West's Building Project to Help Solve the Homeless Crisis Is Shut Down by Los Angeles Bureaucrats
The Supreme Court meets Friday to consider for the first time whether the Constitution gives homeless people a right to sleep on the sidewalk.
International Man: There is a growing homeless crisis in liberal West Coast cities, including San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and many others. People living on the street are overrunning these cities.
A Mississippi couple whose home was partially gutted in a fire is now facing fines and jail time for temporarily living in an RV while they dealt with insurance.
With mortgage applications plunging (on just a modest rise in mortgage rates) and a disappointing tumble in existing home sales, new home sales were expected to slow in September (after a huge bounce in August) and they did (but less than expected th
The long article below about the shameful homeless crisis in San Francisco is another example of great journalism from courageous Heather Mac Donald, who is not afraid of being politically incorrect.
ICON, the construction technologies company shifting the paradigm of homebuilding using robotics, software and advanced materials, partnered with Mobile Loaves & Fishes (MLF), the Austin non-profit widely known for its compassionate service to the ar
A small traffic island between two gas stations in this East Pierce County suburb has been a flashpoint.
Trump's idea to federally house the homeless may seem like a humanitarian gesture. However, it sets a very dangerous precedent in that the government can detain a certain noncriminal class of people. Ultimately, this is called FEMA camp incarceration