• Page
  • of 32

Search results for "Housing"

Showing 1070 results

Sort by:


Los Angeles County Settles Civil Rights Case With Feds
The nation's largest sheriff's department has agreed to pay $700,000 and a $25,000 penalty to minor...


Michigan's Homeless Programs Awarded Nearly $68 Million
More than $1 billion in grants was awarded to homeless programs and services nationwide....


Supreme Court May Weaken Housing Bias Cases
The Supreme Court could knock out a decades-old strategy for fighting housing discrimination, a mov...


Beyoncé Addresses Baltimore Protests ‘People Are Hurting’
Queen Bey urges the BeyHive to help provide housing, food and clothes to those affected....


Prince Made a Song for the People of Baltimore
Music legend shared artwork for tribute....


Beyoncé Donates $7 Million for Houston Housing Project
The singer contributed to her church congregation's 43-unit complex....


Study: Minorities Will Gain Ground in Homeownership Rates
By 2025, people of color will make up one-third of homeowners....


Update: Shooting Death of Akai Gurley by NYPD Officer Ruled a Homicide
An unarmed man was shot and killed by a police officer late Thursday night at a housing project in ...


Mel Watt Sworn In As Federal Housing Finance Agency Director
Watt has resigned from Congress to serve as the nation's top housing regulator....


Obama Taps Castro for Cabinet, Boost to Democrats
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro to replace Shaun Donovan as HUD secretary....


Rep. Mel Watt Confirmed to Head Federal Housing Finance Agency
The Senate confirmed Mel Watt by a vote of 57-41....


Democrats Press Senate to Confirm Mel Watt to Head Housing Agency
Rep. Mel Watt needs additional votes to win confirmation to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency...


Five Mayoral Candidates Get Perspective From Night in NY Public Housing
Five candidates for mayor of New York City spent the night in public housing apartments to highligh...


HUD Study Says Discrimination in Housing Continues Today
A new HUD study says discrimination in housing continues today as minority homeseekers are told abo...


Haiti Faces Challenges Housing a Nation
Despite a constant parade of donors, volunteers and international aid through Haiti in the three ye...


National Fair Housing Alliance Files Complaint Against Bank of America
National Fair Housing Alliance filed a discrimination complaint against Bank of America claiming th...


Housing Advocates File Discrimination Complaint Against Wells Fargo
The National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) and four member organizations have filed a complaint alle...


Black Children Who Live in Housing Projects More Likely to Smoke
Black children living in housing project communities are more likely to smoke cigarettes than child...


A Groundbreaking Study — And Its Housing Connection
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) study finds that HIV-infected people ...


Commentary: Sonja Tyler — Housing Works’ Fiery New Advocate
Homeless and despairing, Sonja Tyler turned to Housing Works programs in New York City for help. To...

  • Page
  • of 32