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Helping the homeless by order of the court

Helping the homeless by order of the court

A judge demands results from Los Angeles city and county

Cities struggle to recruit and retain officers amid increasing crime

Unrestricted outdoor living creates problems for campers and neighbors

The poverty-fighting program had setbacks but still shows promise


An epidemic in West Virginia sparks debate about the best way to help addicts

The money-for-nothing approach to fighting poverty is gaining popularity in the United States
Officers can face personal liability in civil suits
Traffickers use businesses like those Robert Aaron Long targeted to hide illegal activity
Companies get creative to meet demand for shelter
The drugmaker’s bankruptcy proposal aims to right OxyContin’s wrongs, but is it enough?