A woman slept earlier this fall in the Westlake/MacArthur Park Metro Subway station in Los Angeles. Homelessness is a major problem in many of America's biggest cities as wealth concentrates in urban centers, elevating rents and squeezing supplies of affordable housing in places like Los Angeles and New York, new federal data shows.
A woman slept earlier this fall in the Westlake/MacArthur Park Metro Subway station in Los Angeles. Homelessness is a major problem in many of America's biggest cities as wealth concentrates in urban centers, elevating rents and squeezing supplies of affordable housing in places like Los Angeles and New York, new federal data shows. Patrick T. Fallon Bloomberg
A woman slept earlier this fall in the Westlake/MacArthur Park Metro Subway station in Los Angeles. Homelessness is a major problem in many of America's biggest cities as wealth concentrates in urban centers, elevating rents and squeezing supplies of affordable housing in places like Los Angeles and New York, new federal data shows. Patrick T. Fallon Bloomberg

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