Covid-19 reveals the immense variety of our own preoccupations.
The coronavirus reveals an economy that has lost its moral foundations.
A West Coast experiment with sanctioned homeless encampments has proved disastrous—and Covid-19 might make it even worse.
In cities such as Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, public health authorities are quickly discovering another potential tinderbox for infection: homeless encampments.
The progressive narrative on homelessness has always been wrong—and new data undermine it further.
The homelessness crisis in America’s West Coast cities is beginning to draw national attention.
Los Angeles’s addiction epidemic is creating a permanent underclass, cut off from the rest of the city.
A dangerous new idea is inspiring some criminal-justice activists.
Last week, Seattle homeless advocates hosted their annual conference under the theme of “Decolonizing Our Collective Work.”
In Seattle, municipal employees increasingly see identity politics and fighting “oppression” as part of their jobs.