HUD Kicks off National Healthy Homes Month
To reinforce the connection between housing and health and help parents keep their kids healthy, HUD has kicked off its second annual National Healthy Homes Month.Learn More
Persistently Poor Kids Destined to be Poor Adults?
Persistently poor children are significantly less likely to succeed economically as adults than their nonpoor and less-poor counterparts, according to a new study from the...Learn More
"Evicted" Author Looks at Impact of Mortgage Interest Deduction on Poor
In the bestselling book Evicted, Matthew Desmond took readers to the poorest neighborhoods of Milwaukee and drew back the curtain on rising evictions of poor...Learn More
Supreme Court Ruling Strengthens Fair Housing Law
The battle against predatory lending got another boost when the Supreme Court ruled earlier this month that cities can sue banks over housing bubble damages under the Fair...Learn More
NASA Lend Technology to Mapping Diversity in the U.S.
New maps by the University of Cincinnati show both racial diversity and segregation in the United States by combining NASA satellite with Census data from 1990 to 2010.Learn More