One bill hopes to repeal the crime of selling sex and expand social services; the other would legalize the entire sex trade.
A photo showing two Alabama police officers bragging about a "homeless quilt" made from confiscated panhandling signs raises questions about the constitutionality of panhandling.
It's a victory for homeless advocates on the West Coast, who say criminalizing homelessness is cruel and ineffective.
Are tiny homes just a trend for wealthy minimalists or an economic necessity for the growing poor?
How can Innovation Central not manage to solve its own sprawling homelessness?
Until the use of prison labor is banned, many stakeholders will be incentivized to prevent felons from being rehabilitated.
"Cargotecture" is becoming increasingly popular as a cheap alternative to traditional houses.
Activist and Big Think reader Roy M. Arce explains his idea for a new community policing team and how it can halt vicious cycles of PTSD and homelessness.
Ideas are plentiful; execution is another story.
Surrounding counties boast even higher increases.
Psychologists looked at how liberals and conservatives react after learning about "white privilege".
Landlords aren't the ones getting rich off of renting properties; slumlords are.
Healthy Housing Foundation has purchased four properties in Los Angeles, with more planned.
There's grave concern over one particularly vulnerable group in the city.