More than 67,000 veterans are homeless on any given night in the U.S., but a national program that began in D.C. is working to get them off the streets.
Washington's public hospital saw 200 years of shortages, overcrowding and waves of public outcry, but the 2001 decision to close the hospital was anything but popular.
Tamika Smalls may not have good memories of her time at D.C. General, but now she's desperate to return.
We'll talk with Bryon and Davinia, a homeless couple who got married a year ago on Valentine's Day — and are still living on the streets.
As D.C. struggles to house hundreds of homeless families, we'll check back in on a program targeting the city's chronic homelessness.
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