Along the lonesome sidewalks, homeless New Yorkers remain, unprotected from the elements and a disease that passes swiftly between people often without any sign or symptom.
As worries about the spread of the coronavirus confine millions of Californians to their homes, concern is growing about those who have no homes in which to shelter. Gov. Gavin Newsom estimates up to 60,000 homeless could end up infected.
The city's homeless community is especially at risk of catching and spreading the coronavirus because they often don't have places to wash their hands and may live in close quarters.
As the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area continues to experience a housing crisis, some Angelenos are finding a unique solution and one that is small, really small.
Health officials have not yet reported coronavirus outbreaks among homeless populations, but tuberculosis and other diseases have swept through them in the past, underscoring their vulnerability.
It's been years in the making and now San Jose's first tiny home community officially opened on Thursday, complete with security and resident services.
Cops are teaming with nurses to help the homeless in New York.
People are normally aware of the homeless crisis in a number of West Coast cities, but homelessness is also a problem in the Valley.
The office of the nonprofit Bowery Residents Committee has been temporarily closed after an audit by the State Comptroller found that the BRC was not doing the outreach it was hired to do.
Police in Delaware were investigating the deaths of four people found inside a tent at a homeless camp.
A fire broke out at a large homeless camp below the eastbound frontage road of Anderson Lane, between IH-35 and Cameron Road Monday morning.
The once mostly empty lot off U.S. 183 and Montopolis in East Austin has become home to more than 100 people without another place to go.
Just before 6 a.m., the deputies made entry into the home. They escorted the mothers outside, binding their hands with plastic ties. One of the mothers screamed, "Why are you taking me to jail? I'm just trying to protect my children."
Two infants were found unresponsive at a homeless shelter in Queens on Friday.
30 years ago, Victor Rivera was homeless and struggling with substance abuse. Now, he is the President and CEO of the Bronx Parent Housing Network, which opened up a new soup kitchen on the Upper East Side.
In the post, two officers are shown with attached cardboard signs, apparently confiscated from homeless individuals panhandling for money.