Iris Milano is one of 670 tenants being displaced from their apartment complex in San Jose, Calif., to make room for tenants who can afford to pay more for housing.
Facing eviction from one of the last places for independent artists in Washington, D.C., a community banded together in a struggle against developers.
A West Virginia man became one of the latest fatalities of the American economy when he shot and killed himself this month after authorities arrived at his home with an eviction notice.
Brazilian authorities want to kick 30 members of the Maracana tribe out of a former indigenous museum where they have been living for six years in order to build support structures for the 2014 World Cup.
A Brazos County constable was among those killed during an officer-involved shooting Monday near the Texas A&M University campus in College Station.
Washington, D.C., riot police swept away much of one of the last remaining Occupy encampments early Saturday morning, clearing McPherson Square of tents banned under area rules while leaving those that met regulations. Six protesters were arrested, but Occupiers are still permitted to demonstrate at all hours.
On the day it was announced that British unemployment had risen to close to 27 million people, a high court judge ruled that Occupy London protesters must dismantle their encampment on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral in the city's center The protesters, who expressed both defiance and resolve, were given seven days to appeal the decision.
A sunken housing market has turned foreclosure auctions into feeding grounds for the vultures of American capitalism. Low prices mean plenty of available buildings to be bought, fixed up and sold at a profit. Meanwhile, suffering evictees are nowhere to be seen, except for the rare occasions when they show up to protest or bid on the homes themselves.