Josiah Ingalls is perhaps the boldest—and most literal—embodiment of the “Yes in My Backyard” philosophy: He’s letting 19 homeless people live on his land.
Three men pleaded guilty as part of Operation Blooming Onion, a massive federal investigation into forced labor in Georgia.
Over the past several months, a homeless encampment near downtown Phoenix has grown to about 1,000 people.
A local hotel workers union is leading a boycott at the iconic Chateau Marmont.
Arkansas Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Davis shot and killed 17-year-old Hunter Brittain after he reached for a jug of anti-freeze during a traffic stop.
Credit-reporting giants like Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion are set to to wipe already-paid-off medical debt that can linger on credit reports for years.
Missouri Republican Sen. Elaine Gannon questioned the trans, nonbinary child, Avery Jackson, during a legislative committee hearing earlier in March.
The 64-square-foot private units have a locking door, heat, a window, and a bed, among other furniture, although the community shares bathrooms.
GoFundMe is full of requests for money after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott started investigating the families of kids receiving gender-affirming healthcare.
A homeless encampment in Phoenix near the state’s largest shelter has more than doubled in just two years.