Although 1.2 million units were built last year, that figure was the lowest since 1982, excluding 2008-2018.
Carson compared his HUD plan to flight attendants telling passengers to put on their oxygen masks before helping others.
Carson unveiled a proposal to help close a loophole that allows some people in the country illegally to live in government housing while poor Americans wait on lines for years.
HUD is suing Facebook on charges of housing discrimination, but only after the company refused to grant the government access to personalized user data, a company spokesperson told Newsweek.
Two sites where affordable housing developments had been planned could be handed over to Amazon, which could mean a loss of up to 1,500 affordable housing units, Politico reported.
"We've been together for nearly 40 years and have spent our lives in St. Louis. We want to grow older here by each other's side. We should not be prevented from accessing the housing and care we need."
The organization plans to use a chunk of its $20 million donation windfall to fund a "travel help desk" for separated families.
Nearly 1,800 Puerto Rican hurricane survivors scattered across the United States will be kicked out of their temporary housing this weekend, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
"An agency can't just decide one day that it's not going to follow its own regulations," a plaintiff said.
"He's got good intentions but the wrong execution."
She presented the fetus in a plastic tub during her passionate testimony to councilors.
Puerto Rico's housing crisis has been exacerbated by homes built without permits and inspections prior to Hurricane Maria.
Trump's budget proposal suggests major cuts to housing spending, food stamps and could put financial strain on low-income families.
A new study from Hawaii revealed that youth homelessness starts at age 14 on average through interviews with individuals in Oahu.
The Trump administration's upcoming budget could raise minimum rents and impose work requirements for housing assistance beneficiaries, report suggests.
Housing costs are the most common reason people move away from cities, followed by jobs, schools and public safety concerns, according to U.S. mayors.
Rent control policies could actually be making income inequality worse in gentrifying cities such as San Francisco, a new paper from Stanford University researchers argues.
Construction firms are optimistic there will be a boom in new projects in 2018, but they could be hard pressed to find applicants for construction jobs.
"He's not here to help," said one of the many housing protesters who gathered at HUD Secretary Ben Carson's meeting with local housing leaders in Chicago.
Trump and Kushner have toured at least one property in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood where the Clintons own a home.
Housing and homelessness were exacerbated by natural disasters and the affordability crisis in 2017.
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.