NYC Comptroller: City's Homeless Shelters Are 'Absolute Disgrace'New York City officials say more needs to be done to improve conditions for the city's homeless.
Mayor De Blasio, Volunteers Fan Out Across NYC To Count Number Of Homeless Living On The StreetsMayor Bill de Blasio took to the streets Tuesday morning to get a first-hand look at the homeless problem plaguing the city.
Advocates Demand Investigation Into NYPD's Treatment Of HomelessCommunities United for Police Reform released a letter sent to NYPD Inspector General Philip Eure on Monday.
Community Steps In For Morristown Movie Ticket-Taker Who Became HomelessBefore the previews and popcorn at the AMC movie theater in Morristown, New Jersey, moviegoers see ticket-taker Eric Glover.
CBS2 Homelessness Expert: Pay Homeless To Keep Shelters CleanCBS2 homelessness expert Robert Mascali has offered a new idea for making shelters safer and more appealing.
Nearly 100 Homeless Removed From Streets In Frigid Weather Under Cuomo's OrderAs bitter winter weather arrived across the Tri-State area, so did New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's mandate requiring the homeless to be forcibly removed from the streets in freezing temperatures.
Cuomo's Order Begins, Forcing Homeless Into Shelters In Cold As Mercury PlummetsTemperatures were dropping down to the teens and below late Monday, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s executive order requiring homeless people to be removed from the streets in such conditions was set to go into effect.
City Weighs Use Of Armories For Homeless, End To 'Broken' Cluster Housing ProgramNew York City was been scrambling to get the homeless off the streets late Monday afternoon as the temperatures dropped.
Astorino Questions Legality Of Cuomo’s Executive Order On HomelessWestchester County Executive Rob Astorino said he's taking a close look at Gov. Andrew Cuomo's executive order to force the homeless off the streets in freezing weather.
Cuomo Signs Executive Order Forcing Homeless Into Shelters During Freezing WeatherCuomo said living on the streets is dangerous when temperatures fall to 32 degrees or below and that he has the right to protect public safety. The order takes effect Tuesday.
Feds Salute NYC's Fight Against Veteran HomelessnessThe U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness sent a letter to the city Wednesday to note the "milestone" in battling veteran homelessness.
Once Homeless, NYC Family Starts New Life At 'Sugar Hill'After living in a homeless shelter for close to two years, Tisha Houser and her family finally have a place to call home.