The amount of homework I assign varies according to the advertised rigor of the class. I don't assign my mainstream/on-level/regular ed students any homework. But I expect my AP students to read, take notes, and study every night. (Except over breaks, where district policy forbids it.)
Alice Keeler (of Google Classroom and other matters EdTech fame) has strong feelings about homework and you can read them here. (The post headline "Stop Giving Homework" gives away any secret about what she believes.)
I've read her ideas carefully, and I can say with confidence that I don't accept them...yet. But I'm starting to think that maybe my ideas about homework should move more to what she's advocating. To that end, I started working with my AP students on setting aside time (about 20 minutes per 90-minute class) for students to create textbook notes on a common GoogleDoc. I'll continue to monitor and make adjustments when we return after winter break. And I'll work on creating more opportunities for students to study collaboratively during class time.