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Homelessness Wire

The homeless population of D.C. can be seen all over the city: on stairwells, in alleys, under storefronts and on park benches. However, there's one place where they will no longer be seen overnight and that's at the city's recreation centers. A D.C. judge has ruled that on hypothermia nights, that the city must find the District's homeless families some other form of shelter. [DCist; Photo by Shawn Honnick]