America's most successful squatter: Long Island man, 52, avoids eviction again from house he doesn't own despite living in it for TWENTY YEARS
San Francisco is coming undone. In recent years, the city has manifested a series of visible and persistent inequalities, with a spoils-to-the-victor world for its technological elite, and a chaotic, brutalized world for its dispossessed.
The German city of Ulm has unveiled futuristic insulated sleep pods for the homeless on cold winter nights.
Homelessness is a humanitarian crisis in liberal-run Los Angeles, with more than 40,000 people living on the streets.
When, last week, we wrote about 56% of Americans stating they would be OK living in a "tiny home", this isn't what we had in mind.
Rise of the sidewalk McMansions: LA's homeless get inventive and build their elaborate shacks complete with showers, ACs, grills and tiki bars by tapping into street lights for power and fire hydrants for running water
RPI's Daniel McAdams joins Peter Lavelle's "The Gaggle" to take a look at the coming US presidential vote and the general lack of direction in the country. Why is it that so many Americans are completely disgusted with both political parties? What wi
The NYC exodus: Fleet of moving trucks arrive in the Upper West Side and dozens wait in line to hire U-Hauls as residents reeling from lockdown and the surge in homeless people call it quits
Manhattan or Skid Row? New York's homeless community use furniture and junk abandoned by wealthy people fleeing the city during the pandemic to build a sidewalk camp
Mayor Bill De Blasio is scrambling to buy property to house the homeless after moving them into New York's high-priced hotels is costing the city $2 million a night and terrifying local residents.
The province of British Columbia extended the temporary moratorium on evictions in June until the end of August to support distressed tenants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The homeless problem in New York City is bad and getting worse.
Hundreds of homeless people who have been put up in luxury hotels on Manhattan's Upper West Side by the city as part of its efforts to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks in shelters are terrifying residents by urinating, sleeping and taking drugs in the stre
Readers may recall the eviction moratorium expired a little more than a week ago nearly four months after the US economy effectively shut down due to the covid pandemic. 33% of renters have yet to make their full payment in July, a recent survey show
The eviction moratorium expired last Friday nearly four months after the US economy effectively shutdown due to the covid pandemic, and more than 12 million renters - all behind on rent payments because of the virus-induced recession - are now at imm
Shocking pictures show tent cities alongside LA freeways amid growing row over bid to move up to 7,000 homeless people from squalid encampments
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring the economy to a screeching halt, progressive cities dealing with a large and growing homeless populations face increased pressure to provide assistance amid budget shortfalls and dwindling or delayed tax r
As the United States continues its "pause," shuttering businesses and public spaces in order to prevent transmission of the coronavirus, residents are compelled to shelter inside their homes. Meantime, those who live on the streets remain outside