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Co-published with Harper's MagazineCan a city stop a housing crisis?

Co-published with GristThe city’s nearly 400,000 pipes wouldn’t have to be fully removed for nearly 30 years after the rest of the nation.

Co-published with The New York Times. A harried super at a five-building co-op in Westchester County carves out some time in the morning to return to his easel and oil paints.

Co-published with Grist. Climate change is forcing cities to curb parking to bring down emissions and create more affordable housing.

Co-published with TIME. Renter Revolt follows a political group in Kansas City that is turning renter grievance into political power.

Co-published with The New York TimesMore than half of the tenants in a prewar co-op in Chelsea are seniors. Rosalind Hernandez, the super, is especially close to one tenant who is 98.

Co-published with Grist"This is how your sewage gets funded, this is how your water gets funded, this is how public schools and public services are funded."

Co-published with The NationThe ongoing housing crisis in Portland, Oregon, has desensitized us to the real people who have been affected.

Co-published with GristThe federal initiative will reach only hundreds out of the 24,000 properties that need upgrades.

Co-published with GristWhen you're homeless, dangerous air isn't just during wildfire season.

Co-published with PrismFour months after the Norfolk Southern East Palestine train derailment, workers and citizens fight against the toxicity of an industry that has cut corners at every turn.

Co-published with New York FocusSome counties pay social services workers so little, the people who administer benefits end up applying themselves.

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