The presidential candidate championed a universal right to shelter when the country needed it most.
The chant: "Joe Biden doesn’t have a housing plan for me!"
How the U.S. addresses its affordability crisis will be determined by Democratic primary voters.
A cheat sheet for residents casting votes in the March 3 primary election.
The affordable housing shortage has made housing policy center stage in the 2020 election.
Presidential candidates have proposed massive investments in the National Housing Trust Fund—but what is it?
What it is, who’s for it, and who’s against it.
Michael Bloomberg’s new plan focusing on walking, biking, and transit raises the bar for candidates.
"One part of the plan that’s really important is getting people out of cars," says advisor Janette Sadik-Khan.
In this country, race still influences where and how you live. The Democratic debate lost the voices that can explain why.
From housing to transportation, issues confronting the nation are surfacing in the Heartland.
Buttigieg’s proposal focuses on opportunity, equity, and empowerment.
A key issue for 2020, finally with comprehensive plans.
The former HUD secretary was a vocal advocate for addressing housing costs.
Candidates are proposing universal health care and universal free college—what about universal transportation access?
Homelessness, housing affordability, and tech regulations are challenges facing the state and the nation
New bills and this week’s Democratic debate address the affordable housing crisis.
The idea has gained momentum, but its effect on housing is hard to game out.
Tenant protections and public housing improvements highlight an addition to an already robust housing plan.
But the senator fails to call out cities not doing their part.
Making polluters pay for hurting the most vulnerable Americans.
This long-shot quest for the Democratic presidential nomination is over.
Announced during a campaign stop in Las Vegas on Saturday, the proposal Includes national rent control, community land trust, and housing assistance as an entitlement.
Progressive political coalition wants to make green, affordable housing a right, and de-commodify housing market.
It’s not just our fossil fuel dependence that needs to be addressed, it’s our car dependence.
The Manhattan megadevelopment was designed to be green, but the overall success of Hudson Yards as a sustainable community has been widely criticized
Sanders has revealed the most ambitious climate proposal of any presidential candidate—a $16.3 trillion plan that will create 20 million jobs while decarbonizing the country’s energy and transportation sectors by 2030.
The topic has barely come up in the presidential debates, but it’s one of the biggest issues we face as a country
The Art Deco masterpiece is getting rave reviews from visitors around the country.
The candidates face off Tuesday and Wednesday in Detroit.