Drugs, freezing temperatures and random attacks in the middle of the night. Camden's homeless share what it's like to live in the nation's poorest and most dangerous city.
Volunteers visit shelters and explore "tent cities" to count as many homeless people as they can in 24 hours in Camden, N.J.
From stealing propane to battling addiction, three homeless men share their experiences living in a tent city in Camden, N.J.
While homeless counts help the federal government to better understand how to dole out funding for social services, getting an accurate count is next to impossible.
Thousands of college students are homeless, with no place to call home when classes aren't in session.
For $2,000, you can live like a homeless person.