A review finds the city should no longer adhere to core principles of the New Communities Initiative.
The towering monument is a tribute to slaves who fled north to Union lines during the Civil War.
D.C. shelters will be at capacity by December unless the city finds more beds for homeless parents and kids.
They used to considered hotbeds of bad behavior. Now, some alleys are centers of communal whimsy.
When the rapid rehousing subsidy stops, the search for suitable housing starts. This is one woman’s story.
Low-income families will struggle to make ends meet in all major cities. Those in the District are better off.
On the city’s busiest street corners, they walk around selling fragrances. But who are they?
Mammoth increases are being seen in the number of children eating during the summer and in produce distribution to food banks.
The low-income building near Chinatown could be demolished, unless tenants can pay $250 million.
She delivered the thought during remarks at the National Conference on Ending Homelessness.