The racist clause was tucked away in a document outlining covenants, conditions and restrictions and dates back to 1947—a year before the Supreme Court ruled racially restrictive covenants were invalid.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is in the lower tier of Democratic presidential candidates in terms of net worth, although she has stored away a steady amount of money from real estate investments.
Gun owners in the state of Texas can now legally bring firearms into churches, synagogues and schools after a loosening of restrictions passed by legislators earlier this year.
Pet owners who commit three offenses may be forced to find new living arrangements for their dogs.
Although figures are difficult to calculate amid the fog of Syria's war, refugees and displaced persons are rebuilding cities ravaged by conflict.
From a 15th-century mill house in Bristol, to an eleven-bedroom seaside property on the Isle of Wight and a converted church in Leeds.
A resident from Scotland initially threw the ticket away when a store assistant told him it wasn't a winner.
"This is the only opportunity to own your own mountain that looks down at all of Los Angeles."
"Mr. Hannity is not is not involved in the management of these properties. Evictions only occur after a material breach of the lease terms."
Syrians must return home and prove property ownership by May 11.
Weiqiang Zhang's case comes as the Trump administration talks of punishing China for the theft of intellectual property.
Donald Trump spends a great deal of time in his Mar-a-Lago resort, traveling there on seven weekends within his first 10 weeks in office.
Washington has closed a handful of diplomatic annexes and compounds.
Russia's president has not declared owning any motorcycle in his official records.
The arrangements appear to fit a pattern, whereby people close to the president benefit from contracts, loans, grants or assets from state enterprises.
There is very little for property owners to do if they disagree with their assessments.
Michael J. Bazyler's article for Newsweek helped a grandmother discover her father's stolen Warsaw property.
The huge hike in house prices combined with the U.K.'s failure to meet its targets makes it all the more difficult for first-time buyers.
The pound fell as low as $1.2796—a level last seen in June 1985—on Wednesday.