Housing in and around Silicon Valley has been an issue for anyone not making tech figure salaries for some time, with more and more people outside the industry being displaced by the needs of Facebook and Google workers.
The unfortunate tech bro insurgency in San Francisco continues with a guy named Justin Keller, who has lived in the Bay Area for all of three years (that means we can still return him, right?) and recently felt entitled enough to write the mayor and police chief about his distaste for the homeless. Cool, cool.
Everything's bigger in Texas, including one Odessa man's generosity: He's looking to upgrade a homeless street waif if she agrees to play PS4 and take bubble baths with him. Also, she has to swallow. Swallowing, Eliza Doolitle 2k14, is non-negotioable.
"If you're not getting laid, you're an asshole."
Martin Gregory Coll, a 52-year-old from Derry, Northern Ireland was arrested on Saturday after he was caught doing the dirty with a Serta* in the parking lot of an assisted-living center. He couldn't hear the officers approaching because the porn on his handheld DVD player was apparently at the highest volume setting.
A woman in San Francisco wants to make sure homeless people in San Francisco have a chance to get free showers.
Disney World has a homeless problem. There are 1,126 homeless households in Florida's Osceola County, because those families can't afford an average $800 a month rent while being paid a $8.03 minimum wage for working at Disney.
Celebrities are such a selfless bunch. Every year, they descend on Skid Row during Thanksgiving Day to feed the homeless out of the goodness of their hearts, and not at all because they want to get photographed.
Hawaii State Representative Tom Brower is plum fed up with homeless people, all homelessing around on the streets not having homes, right out there where good homeful people can see them. It's like, UGH, why don't they just go ho—er, um, nm. Fortunately for everyone (oh, except for the victims of the social travesty…
In case you missed it: this weekend, Young Lee, a cofounder of Pinkberry, was convicted of beating a homeless man in 2011. When even yogurt millionaires turn out to be bad people, who are we as ladies supposed to trust? Et tu, Yoplait?
One of the MIT students behind the non-hilarious idea to "prank" rival schools by giving homeless people clothing festooned with enemy logos (because get it? Poor people are worthless, just like USC) has had a change of heart and written a self-flagellating apology that's just about as sorry-sounding as an apology can…
Well, here's some serious bullshit in the form of college kid "shenanigans." Hobojacket, a website where you can donate jackets from rival schools to homeless people, was started by MIT students Jin Pan and Cathie Yun one night as a joke. You see, Pan loves to josh with his friends about one day getting rich and…
Ann Curry's $2.9 million-dollar Upper West Side townhouse has been a point of much debate since she bought the "fixer upper" over eight years ago: first, they pissed off their neighbors with majorly disruptive construction. After building code violations, lawsuits, and noise complaints from their neighbors, Curry and…
One month after being crowned Miss Colorado USA, Blair Griffith and her mother were evicted from their home and have been living with a family friend. The 23-year-old was on Today this morning to share her experience, and tell others that anyone is susceptible to falling into similar circumstances, as she's made…
A women's center in L.A. has made the news for their attempts to make homeless women a little easier on the eyes. I'll just say it right now: I hate makeovers.
Alleged murdererAmanda Knox isn't getting much help: her expert witness contradicted her co-defendant's expert witness, her co-defendant's lawyer has stopped showing up, and her sister arrived in court dressed in a red, white, and blue outfit with hot pants. •
There have been more and more reports of tent cities springing up across the country as the economic crisis worsens, but it's unclear if it's a new problem, or one we're now more aware of.
One in 50 children in the U.S. are homeless, and with more foreclosures and job losses expected this year, the numbers are likely to get worse.