Stories about Poverty
Talking about displaced people, around the world and here at home
The Jose Ines Garcia Zarate trial got underway today, with nearly 200 potential jurors filling a stifling courtroom at the Hall of Justice —...
Once again, City Hall goes after homeless people with a feel-good bill that could just create more problems
This is reportedly the second time a Bay Area company has distanced itself from an employee in response to the white supremacist rally
Top political leaders stand in opposition to a right-wing group's planned rally next week
A report from the front lines of the penal abolition movement
Rent increases are a major cause of homelessness, a new national study finds
Senate Bill 35 is a huge game-changer about to hit SF and other gentrifying cities
Homeless service providers get far less than they requested in proposed city budget
'Hoarding' is considered a disease -- if you're poor and live in a tiny room. The rich call it 'collecting.'