“People can’t eat these reports, people can’t eat these inquiries.”
Welfare advocates say the government already has “more than they need” for change.
Exclusive: Data obtained by VICE World News reveals a hidden population of homeless people in London seeking refuge on night buses as millions are set to enter fuel poverty.
One student told me he works 48 hours a week during term time. “My mental health is through the cellar floor,” he says. “My grades have dropped.”
Sri Lanka is telling its citizens to stay home and grow their own food, as a government minister announced that fuel reserves have hit “rock bottom.”
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.
Here’s what we know about the five sleeping homeless men shot in New York City and Washington, D.C.—and the suspect police think did it.
A homeless encampment in Phoenix near the state’s largest shelter has more than doubled in just two years.
To fight back, churches are arguing that feeding and housing the homeless falls under their First Amendment rights.
Open-source blueprints are inspiring activists to distribute tent-safe heaters that can be built for as little as $7.