A happy ending for homeless Phil.
"You have a right to be here. It's not illegal to be homeless," a New York Police Department officer told homeless people who were allegedly sprayed with a hose by a McDonald's employee.
The fire-gutted house is located in the affluent Willow Glen community in San Jose.
“You know what you’re doing is wrong. You know that already. Deep inside you, you know that.”
"Either you’re going to be on public property or you’re going to be on private property or you’re going to levitate yourself off the face of the earth," one lawyer said.
A new study from Hawaii revealed that youth homelessness starts at age 14 on average through interviews with individuals in Oahu.
Cities across America have cited health issues to institute bans on sharing food in public places, but activists say such laws contribute to a trend of criminalizing homelessness.
A U.K. charity has installed a vending machine for homeless people, and hopes to install two machines in New York in February.
As California wildfires are rapidly closing in on Los Angeles, volunteers and organizations have mobilized to help one of the most vulnerable populations in the city.
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.
Officials say that the blame falls on government agencies at all levels for not doling out aid fast enough.
New York City's new pilot initiative allows families to search for housing outside of the five boroughs.
The U.S. criticized Russia for not helping to fund a women's shelter in Kitezh, but according to legend, the city has been underwater for centuries.
Tech employees are outraged at a payroll tax ballot proposal targeting tech companies to fund affordable housing.
Critics say Brazil is masking, not solving, problems of homelessness, poverty, drug abuse and prostitution to present a 'happy' image.
“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.
Cheap smartphones and cheaper data plans make for a much more connected vagabond community.
The prominent San Francisco cathedral is planning to remove the controversial deterrent system.
The pope took an unexpected detour to spend time with homeless, poor and mentally ill children.