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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 DefectorAs a full-time worker, as well as a single mom responsible for three children, Nieshea Walker still can’t afford the average market-rate rental apartment in Cincinnati.

Co-published with The NationIn New York, the real estate industry and the politicians in its pocket both reign supreme. These tenants have a plan to change that forever.

Co-published with The Guardian. An aspiration of the American middle class used to be owning a home. Now, even renting an apartment feels impossible

Co-published with Salt Lake City Weekly. How to get an eviction off your record in Utah.

Co-published with the Virginia Center for Investigative Journalism. Eviction cases across the state have nearly doubled as protections and aid run out.

Co-published with The New Republic. Around the nation, eviction filings are climbing. In numerous cities, cases now exceed 100 percent of the historical average.

Co-published with The Salt Lake Tribune. New guidance from the Department of the Treasury clarifies funding is meant to ‘achieve housing stability.’

Co-published with The BafflerA growing number of unhoused people are refusing to live on the run, working to stop evictions and to build something lasting where they already live.

Co-published with The New RepublicIn Indianapolis, like many American cities, the long shadow of segregation continues to punish Black neighborhoods—to the disproportionate benefit of white landlords.

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