The agency is drawing legal and political flak.
The post-industrial U.S. “legacy” cities are experiencing a renaissance. But lower-income, majority-black enclaves are struggling more than ever.
A new report lays out the reasons fewer young people are becoming homeowners, shows why it matters, and offers some solutions.
The Redlining practices of the 1930s have legacy that carries on to today. Sexual Assault, Poverty and Poor Internet plague those today who were denied fair lending 80 years ago.
A court ruling could mean the reinstatement of driver’s licenses for more than 100,000 state residents.
The HGTV show highlights more than just open kitchens and bickering couples
How a small town got caught up in Ben Carson’s crusade against fair housing.
Mariner Finance, a fast-growing consumer lending company, has been accused of predatory practices. Many of their customers end up in court buried in debt.
That history is a reminder that civility is in the eye of the beholder. And when the beholder wants to maintain an unequal status quo, it’s easy to accuse picketers, protesters, and preachers alike of incivility, as much because of their message as their methods. For those upset by disruptive protests, the history of civil rights offers an unsettling reminder that the path to change is seldom polite.
The story of Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Greenwood district isn’t well known. But the racially motivated destruction of the thriving community in the early 20th century has never been told in a manner worthy of its importance. As the 100-year anniversary approaches, local residents and Hollywood grapple with how to tell the story of a town’s dark past.