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West Palm Beach, Florida, is playing children’s songs, including "Baby Shark" and "Raining Tacos" at Waterfront Lake Pavilion overnight.
A disabled veteran says his mobile home was sold at an government auction over a $236 unpaid tax bill
Jim Boerner, 49, bought a mobile home in Mesa, Arizona, two years ago. He learned it was sold when the new owner knocked on his door.
Trump claimed that the homelessness crisis in cities began only 2 years ago, because of the ‘liberal establishment’
In a new interview, President Donald Trump discussed homelessness in the liberal-leaning cities of San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.
California’s homelessness crisis is spiraling out of control. These mayors want to solve it with tiny homes, trailers, and floating apartments.
The mayors of Los Angeles, Stockton, and San Jose see homelessness as a housing crisis, but they stress the need for more than one solution.
Floating cities are getting far closer to reality than ever before — but they won’t be the libertarian utopias billionaires have proposed
Floating cities have been part of a utopian vision to build societies that operate independently of government.
2 years after angry Silicon Valley locals chanted ‘build a wall’ to keep the homeless out, Mountain View is reportedly cracking down on a ...
Staggering rent prices in Mountain View, California have forced some residents into more temporary dwellings, like vans or RVs.
San Francisco’s homeless population has swelled by 17% in two years, with most of that growth coming from people living out of their cars
The increased street count shows how San Francisco's long-standing homelessness crisis is getting worse.
A man on death row skipped his last meal and asked for the money to be donated to people experiencing homelessness
Don Johnson asked that the $20 that would have been put toward his final meal be donated to people living with homelessness.
In 2011, just over 5,500 reports feces in public were logged by the San Francisco Department of Public Works; in 2018, the number was more than 28,000.
The project is one of many proposed solutions to San Jose's housing shortage.