The Housing Crisis Amid Denver’s Cannabis Boom
October 12, 2015

Has legal marijuana—and the resulting economic boom—destroyed Denver's affordable housing market? 

The Housing Recovery Has Skipped Poor and Minority Neighborhoods
June 29, 2015

After the Supreme Court's fair-housing ruling, will the government finally do something about it?

Obama's Biggest Economic Failure
September 18, 2014

Homeowners could have saved billions, but Obama failed to act.

This Is the Most Diverse Apartment Building in America
September 05, 2014

No matter how much we say we want otherwise, we still end up living around people who look just like us. This Brooklyn building is the exception. 

The Huge, Regressive Tax Break Right Under Your Roof
September 04, 2014

Billions for the rich, little for the poor.

D.C. Blew a Great Chance to Reduce Rents by Raising Building Heights
May 08, 2014

Taller buildings are not coming to D.C. That's a shame.

Unnatural Disaster
June 17, 2013

On May 20, a massive EF5 tornado whipped through heavily populated Moore, Oklahoma, killing 24 and injuring nearly 400. That tragedy has now shifted into the drudgery of recovery.

Newark's Terrible New Foreclosure Fix Idea
May 08, 2013

Activists in the city think eminent domain can save their neighborhoods—but the plan would never work.