Protesters in the late ’60s and early ’70s pushed for spending at home on the same multibillion dollar scale as the moon race.
Deutsche Bank is under federal investigation for its role in helping raise money that was funneled to Malaysia’s former prime minister.
Using government subsidies, tax credits and zoning changes, municipal leaders are encouraging developers to incorporate affordable housing into mixed-use projects.
Owners of single-family houses across the city are installing solar panels to help shrink electric bills and carbon footprints.
A campaign of silencing and prosecution is creating a vacuum at a pivotal moment.
Ekrem Imamoglu says he intends to use his robust victory as a mandate to push back against the president’s increasingly authoritarian rule.
Mr. Riza, whose stepfather is a former prime minister of Malaysia, pleaded not guilty to money-laundering charges in the disappearance of billions from a government fund.
The decision in the census case suggests President Trump can no longer take the court for granted.
Senate Democrats want to know why Eric Blankenstein, a former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau official, has been hired to an agency that enforces fair housing laws.
Politicians love to say it’s the greatest, but the numbers (and reality) don’t back them up.
The Supreme Court does not need to fix DACA for Donald Trump.
After a long delay, the justices agreed to decide whether the Trump administration may shut down a program known as DACA that shields young immigrants from deportation.
Ekrem Imamoglu shockingly won the city’s mayoralty in part by wooing the lower and middle-income voters who had powered President Erdogan’s rise.
networX was the largest gathering or rural development stakeholders in the current EU programming period. Over 400 participants from the EU and beyond gathered in Brussels for two days celebrating the results of the past ten years of rural networking...
Alper Küçük and Nils Grede provide insight into the use of the EU’s Facility for Refugees in Turkey, which enables much-needed cash transfers to one and a half million vulnerable refugees living in host communities in Turkey.
The city’s newest mayor promises something unthinkable under the president: coexistence.
A list of the most troubled nursing homes in the country includes 74 with mortgages insured by a federal government agency that stopped inspecting such homes several years ago.
The scale of the defeat for his party’s candidate was much larger than in the March election, which was canceled, reflecting anger among voters.
Voters were outraged that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ordered a redo of the same election two months ago after his party lost control of Turkey’s largest city.
Around 4,000 judges have been purged since a failed 2016 coup and replaced with inexperienced judges operating in a climate of fear.