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Housing news and analysis from The Nation
January 13, 2017
Ben Carson Doesn’t Have Much Interest in the Agency He Will Run
His Senate hearing was completely strange.
December 20, 2016
Homeless in the Shadow of Santa Barbara’s Mansions
For hundreds of families, home is a car in a quiet parking lot.
December 8, 2016
Democrats Should Fight All of Trump’s Nominees. Yes, All of Them.
He’s betrayed his working-class supporters by naming a cabinet of millionaire and billionaire insiders.
December 6, 2016
With Ben Carson at HUD, America’s Cities Really Could Become Hellholes
The neurosurgeon has blasted the agency’s work as “social engineering” and “communist.”
November 30, 2016
Wilbur Ross and Steve Mnuchin—Profiteers of the Great Foreclosure Machine—Go to Washington
Mnuchin and Ross led companies that committed fraud to foreclose on millions of homeowners. Now they will be in charge of the entire US economy. What could go wrong?
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November 17, 2016
Bank Led by Trump Treasury Pick Accused of Racial Discrimination
Steven Mnuchin’s OneWest Bank allegedly violated the Fair Housing Act by redlining.
November 4, 2016
What You Think You Know About Kids and Public Housing is Wrong
Some 6.5 million families in the US are waiting for either a spot in public housing or a housing voucher.
November 4, 2016
This Small City Has a Plan to Fight the Silicon Valley Housing Crisis
A ballot initiative in Richmond, California, could help determine whether rent control makes a comeback in the Bay Area.
July 15, 2016
How Banks Stole Homes From the Most Vulnerable New Yorkers
“Reverse redlining” flooded communities of color with toxic mortgages, practically ensuring default.
May 13, 2016
In New Orleans, Criminal Justice Meets Housing Justice
When you’re released from jail, you’ve served your time. So why do so many cities still bar the formerly incarcerated from public housing?