Kriston Capps

The Atlantic's CityLab

Kriston Capps is a staff writer at The Atlantic's CityLab.

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Donald Trump has chosen neurosurgeon Ben Carson to run the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Carson has no housing policy experience.

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