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A close look at the mortgage price reduction recently suspended by the Trump administration reveals that the impact on the market would have been small.
A new wave of unsafe houses called "sick homes" have exited foreclosure only to be resold to unknowing residents, harming families and communities.
The first priority of the Housing First approach is to help people find and maintain their own housing.
In her confirmation hearing, education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos faced questions on whether student performance is best measured by proficiency or growth.
Last week, thought leaders who could influence the incoming regime gathered at the Urban Institute to discuss where housing policy should go in the years to come.
Senior Obama administration officials involved in housing policy discuss how they approached the housing crisis and lessons learned along the way.
How can we act on the growing evidence base and increasing awareness about the central importance of housing?
About a year ago, we launched an interactive feature that tracks body camera legislation. Since then, legislatures in 18 states passed new body camera laws.
If the President-elect's nominee for education secretary seeks to expand charter schools, we must understand how these schools' growth affects students and their communities.
Over the past decade, rents have risen faster than incomes in almost every part of the country, yielding a big challenge for the incoming HUD secretary.

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A resource for anyone seeking objective evidence with which to interpret presidential candidates’ policy promises, claims, and arguments.

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How Can We Reduce Poverty and Increase Opportunity?

More than 48 million Americans, including one in six children, live in poverty. How can we do better?

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From Protest to Policy

Our researchers offer evidence-based solutions to some of the problems faced by poor, mostly minority communities in Baltimore and other US cities.

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