Shelter residents would owe up to 44 percent of their income in first year of program.
In 2005, there were 55. Now there is only Heavy.
The number of people living on the streets is up 34 percent.
If it's not one kind of vagrant it's another.
That organization with the folding tables and big empty jugs is a scam.
As in, not homeless at all.
Look out, Paris!
It's a win-win situation! If only the neighbors could see it that way.
At least they put a smile on your face. Isn't that what it's all about?
He lived under the subway for twenty years.
Finally, SOMEBODY is doing something about this economic problem.
Lindsay and Sam encounter a homeless person on their romantic date in New York.
We interview some LGBT youth about getting off the streets and into arts careers.