A new analysis points to the benefits of ending the severe affordability crisis.
The Urban Institute visualizes the havoc wreaked by the storm on first-time, minority homeowners.
The new Census numbers are “a sign of sunshine, with some clouds.”
A new study finds that a collective action problem plagues support for settling displaced people in America.
In two Florida cities, we mapped where low-income communities live, and how they’re affected by flood risks.
Growing food service jobs have come with applause in small cities like Little Rock. But for workers, it's a mixed bag—and potentially an unequal one.
The rollback of deportation protection for DREAMers—young people who were brought to the country illegally as children—is going to have an impact everywhere.
How cities, counties, and local governments can stop their streets from becoming battlegrounds.
Aid organization Direct Relief has created maps using ESRI that show the poor, immigrant, elderly and disabled communities in harm’s way.
A new project tallies the streets named after Confederate leaders alongside those named after civil rights personalities.
Pardoning Joe Arpaio might accelerate the spread of a controversial immigration enforcement policy.
Almost half are clustered in the Midwest and South.
“[It] speaks to the dire lack of enforcement in New York City, which is exacerbating our affordable housing crisis.”
Michael Tubbs on being singled out by the DOJ, and his plan turn his city around.
The groups lassoed the bronze soldier to the ground.
For each extremely low income renter who gets assistance, 1.7 bear the burden of high market rents and deficient housing.
The neighborhood's reputation is so bad that the county’s mayor recently went undercover as a homeless person.
When Chicago announced it would sue over its sanctuary city crackdown, Justice Department officials launched a Trump-style attack in response.
Subway stations’ complex tunnel systems are a mystery even to most regular riders. Architect Candy Chan’s new X-ray maps demystify the paths in and around them.
Your location determines your risk of asthma more than any other factor, new research finds
On the 50th anniversary of Detroit’s civil unrest, a forecast for the challenges and opportunities the Motor City will face in the next few decades.