TOP

Housing

Published by The New York TimesVoices from the tents, shelters, cars, motels and couches of America. Former EHRP reporter Lori Teresa Yearwood helped The Times Opinion develop this project and died before publication.

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

Co-published with Grist. New study links surge of oil workers to long-term residents losing their homes.

Co-published with Wisconsin Public Radio and PRXFor generations, documentary poets have helped make sense of some of our most difficult moments – by expressing what might otherwise be impossible to say. So what are they writing about

Co-published with GristAfter people buy back the land beneath their mobile homes, renewables tend to crop up.

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 Grist. “There's so many ways that renters are screwed.”

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 GristWildfires cause billions in home damage every year. Now, insurers no longer want to take on the risk.

Co-published with Grist. More homeowners than ever need flood insurance. Fewer than ever can afford it.

Skip to content