Category: eviction

Video of Fatal Police Shooting in Little Italy Released

SAN DIEGO—Authorities released on March 11 uniform-worn-camera footage of the fatal shooting by law enforcement personnel of a woman who charged them with a large kitchen knife, stabbing one in the chest, as they were trying to evict her from her Little Italy condominium. Yan Li, 47, was struck repeatedly by gunfire when three San…


Over One Million Angelenos Face Eviction as Moratorium Expires

As the state-wide eviction moratorium is set to expire on Sept. 30, approximately 1.4 million Los Angeles residents are at risk of eviction or foreclosure, according to an analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data by Shaler Economic Enterprises. Shaler Economic Enterprises reported that there are just under 360,000 renters and mortgage borrowers living in Los…


Giant Increase in CA Homeowners Fearing Foreclosure, New US Census Data Shows

Commentary The number of California households estimated by the US Census Bureau who believe they are “very likely” to lose their homes due to foreclosure in the next two months has jumped 34 times in just the last six weeks.  Data reported on June 30 and Aug. 11 earlier this year showed that less than…


Giant Increase in CA Homeowners Fearing Foreclosure, New US Census Data Show

Commentary The number of California households estimated by the US Census Bureau who believe they are “very likely” to lose their homes due to foreclosure in the next two months is more than 30 times what it was six weeks ago. Data reported on June 30 and Aug. 11 showed that fewer than 4,000 mortgage…


NY Landlords Ask Court to Stop State Eviction Moratorium Extension

The New York State landlord association has asked federal court to put on hold the state’s eviction moratorium extension, saying it violates their property, due process, and First Amendment rights. The Supreme Court already stopped the previous moratorium, but the state legislature tweaked the policy and passed it again. The association says the policy is…


Eviction Moratorium Keeps California Homeowner from Living the American Dream

A California homeowner has not received rent from her tenants for over 17 months. She also hasn’t received any payments from the state’s COVID-19 rent relief program, after applying for several months.  Alyona Nickelsen, an award-winning artist, author, and owner of a three-bedroom condo in Aliso Viejo said her tenants of over six years have been…


US Appeals Court Rejects Bid to Block CDC’s Eviction Moratorium

An appeals court panel on Friday rejected a bid by landlords and real estate groups to block the U.S. government’s latest eviction moratorium. In June, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia denied a motion to block the nationwide moratorium in place at the time. A three-judge panel of the court on Friday…


DOJ Tells Court: Don’t Block New Eviction Moratorium

The new eviction moratorium should not be blocked, Department of Justice lawyers told a court in a filing on Friday. After two federal courts deemed the nationwide eviction pause unlawful, and the Supreme Court indicated that only Congress could extend the ban or put into place a new one, the pause expired, and no moratorium…


CDC Announces New Order to Ban Evictions for 60 Days for Most of US

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced a 60-day moratorium on Tuesday, a day after the White House said the agency didn’t have the authority to do so. The order (pdf) is intended to target “specific areas of the country” where cases of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus are rapidly increasing and…


NTD News Today Full Broadcast (Aug. 3)

The threat of eviction looms for many. We hear from one man who was just ordered to move out. Even though there’s rent relief money, why do some landlords opt out? As the number of CCP Virus infections surges across the country, Florida sees a record number of cases. But a former FDA chief explains…