Veterans account for roughly nine percent of all homeless people.
A mandatory one-night count turned up an increase for the first time since 2010, and some of America's wealthiest cities might be the reason.
There are about 1.6 million homeless youth in the U.S., and they disproportionately identify as LGBT individuals.
Officials say that the blame falls on government agencies at all levels for not doling out aid fast enough.
A church in Malibu, California has said they have been asked by officials to stop serving dinners to the homeless.
Trump said he will work from the "Winter White House," his Mar-a-Lago resort.
In early February, an infected individual traveled from San Diego to Maricopa County, Arizona.
The outbreak has killed 17 people.
A total of 20 portable restrooms have been installed throughout the city.
For the nearly 2 million Spaniards who can't afford a decent place to live, it doesn't feel as if the country's recovery has arrived.
American Ballet Theater dancer Gray Davis leapt to the rescue.
New evidence shows how benefit sanctions affect people.
"I shouldn't have to see the pain, struggle, and despair of homeless people to and from my way to work every day," he wrote.
People are given a less conventional tour of the city.
Cheap smartphones and cheaper data plans make for a much more connected vagabond community.
High rents and cuts in benefits have left many vulnerable people with few housing options.
The pope took an unexpected detour to spend time with homeless, poor and mentally ill children.
A new report, titled "America's Youngest Outcasts," shows more and more children and families are finding themselves without steady homes.