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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Department Of Housing And Urban Development
Officials with the City of Columbia are kicking off a new home loan program at a news conference.
The federal government is ordering Baltimore to return $3.7 million of a $9.5 million grant meant to help homeless families.
Congressional scrutiny into improper lobbying at the Department of Housing and Urban Development shifted Wednesday from a Virginia cabinet secretary nominee to a high-ranking political appointee at HUD accused of threatening investigators.
North Dakota's congressional delegation says the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is getting a $450,000 federal grant.
Speakers at a Wednesday night hearing on the next round of Superstorm Sandy aid were especially passionate on one front: Ditch the "Stronger Than The Storm" advertising campaign or at least pay for it some other way.
Almost four years after a small Nebraska city tried to crack down on illegal immigration, the town is having second thoughts about requiring all renters to swear that they have legal permission to be in the United States.
The city of Minot is asking the federal government to extend the eligibility deadline for a program aimed at helping residents repair homes damaged in the summer 2011 Souris River flood.
Gary Brown approached the dilapidated yellow station wagon in the Walmart parking lot slowly.
A housing revitalization project in east Anchorage has won an award from a federal agency and the American Planning Association.
Three housing programs in West Virginia will receive nearly $113,000 to help low-income families.
The Mississippi Court of Appeals has sided with a south Mississippi utility authority in a dispute over the use of eminent domain to take private property for a massive sewage plant built with federal Hurricane Katrina money.
The winning bidder for New Jersey's Superstorm Sandy marketing contract now causing political grief for Gov. Chris Christie added jobs in its proposal that didn't appear on the company's government price list — a move that could have hindered officials trying to evaluate whether the bid was the best deal for taxpayers.
Already reeling from the "Bridgegate" scandal, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie faced new political trouble Monday as federal investigators questioned whether he violated the law by spending $25 million in Hurricane Sandy emergency money on tourism ads featuring his family.
Federal officials are taking a closer look at how New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration spent $25 million to promote the Jersey shore after Superstorm Sandy.