Across The Tracks: What Life Is Like in Fresno’s “War Zone”
Co-published with The Nation. A community of migrants and unhoused people call the shuttered downtown of this California city home.
Denise’s Last Days
Co-published with Slate. A woman who lived her life homeless in Los Angeles almost got the help she needed. Her story shows everything could be different.
In-Depth Look at Homelessness in Erie, Pennsylvania
Co-published with Erie News Now. With our support, Erie New Now takes a closer look at the current state of homelessness in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Salt Lake and Other Utah Cities Used Most of a $10 Million Homeless Services Fund to Hire Cops
Co-published with Salt Lake City Weekly. What does it mean to have police "dedicated to homeless response"?
Co-published with Harper’s Magazine. Can empty houses help solve homelessness?
Skid Row’s Toilet Crisis: How A Basic Necessity Became A Political Battle
Co-published with The Guardian. The neighborhood is home to 4,400 unhoused people. Its restroom options fall short of the UN standard for refugee camps.
Going for Broke: Making Up Our Minds
Co-published with PRX’s To the Best of Our Knowledge. Post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental health challenges can push people into poverty.
Hungry and on the brink of homelessness, families living in motels look for help
Co-published with VPM News and PBS. In Virginia, many families who cannot find or afford a home have turned to budget motels on the …
Going for Broke: Change of Address
Co-published with PRX’s To the Best of Our Knowledge. In the first of three episodes of "Going For Broke," we're thinking about housing. Many of us would …
‘This is not a home’: What life in a motel is like for this Richmond family
Co-published with VPM News and PBS. What began as a temporary motel stay for the family after an eviction has stretched for years, prolonged, …
I was given a house for free – but it already belonged to someone else
Co-published with The Guardian. When I put the house on the market, I uncovered a story of a Black woman losing her home to municipal greed.
What the End of Rent Relief Means for Virginia Tenants
Co-published with the Virginia Center for Investigative Journalism. Eviction cases across the state have nearly doubled as protections and aid run out.