The latest news on housing
The number of homes facing foreclosure more than doubled in a year.
The already-troubled city has razed more than 1,000 dilapidated structures.
Jobless claims improve, but the housing market remains weak.
But sales in the Northeast and West climb, and certain markets show price gains.
The housing crisis still doesn't have its Michael Brown.
Housing starts and permits plummet in March.
Housing rescue critic predicts Congress will support bailing out "anybody and everybody."
Report shows filings jumped 57 percent from a year ago.
Expert says the subprime mess could lead to an increase in class action lawsuits.
The unprecedented crash in home values threatens the entire economy, and it's not over.