Democratic presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden (left), Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (right) debate different ways to expand health coverage in America.
Relly Brown in their one-room apartment near Los Angeles' Koreatown. They were housed in a rapid rehousing program for the homeless that provides short-term rental vouchers for apartments. Brown now has to begin paying their own rent.
Bryan and Helen Lopez (left) had been living in their car before they moved in with Marlene and Michael Rapkin in September. As part of Host Home Program in Los Angeles, the plan was to stay with the Rapkins for about three months, but they are staying longer. "We're open to extend it as long as they're committed to doing what they're doing, which they are," Marlene says.
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Mark D'Amico and Kate McClure (center) speak with Megyn Kelly during a recent appearance on Megyn Kelly Today. The couple set up a GoFundMe page for homeless man Johnny Bobbitt, but his lawyer says the money is gone and little of it went to Bobbitt.
Jesse Henderson (left), an Army veteran, walks Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles looking for homeless veterans. His job is to try and connect them with support resources, including transitional housing, offered by the nonprofit U.S.Vets.
Growing up, Liam Foley (left) was in charge of dishes and never cooked. He was still able to help chop the onions, though, at a burrito-making project for the poor in San Francisco.
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority found the homeless population ballooned to 57,794 in 2017. A new pilot program seeks to pay homeowners to create housing for those in need.
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Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan Markle arrive at an AIDS Day charity event on Dec. 1. Their spring wedding plans have sparked controversy over the homeless in Windsor.
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Flooded houses near Lake Houston on Aug. 30, after the storm called Harvey swept through. Sociologist Clare Cooper Marcus says our homes hold our emotional history — our memories, our hopes, our dreams and pain. In some ways our homes are who we are.
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