by Scott Keyes Posted on October 23, 2014
On average, officers gave out 19 citations each day for the past 21 months.
by Alan Pyke Posted on October 20, 2014 Updated: October 20, 2014
Gov. Mike Pence (R) is moving to tighten the rules for food stamps even though federal officials say the Indiana economy is still too fragile to justify it.
by Scott Keyes Posted on October 16, 2014 Updated: October 17, 2014
Rather than funding increased services for homeless people, the Port of San Diego is considering using money to buy them one-way tickets out of town.
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by Jeff Spross Posted on September 30, 2014
The bulk of the spending will go to grants to support local farming efforts and food hubs, with come with myriad health and economic benefits -- especially for the nation's poorest citizens.
by Jeff Spross Posted on September 19, 2014
The new GOP report doesn't mention EPA's carbon rule for power plants, but it clearly assumes the regulation will drive up energy costs. Here's why that assumption is wrong.
by Jeff Spross Posted on September 18, 2014 Updated: September 22, 2014
How urban farming can increase jobs, health, sustainability and happiness for low-income communities in cities across the country.
by Alan Pyke Posted on September 18, 2014
Marijuana stores will be barred from accepting welfare EBT cards at registers and ATMs, despite evidence that recipients use drugs far less than others.
by Igor Volsky Posted on September 17, 2014
The Heritage foundation's new anti-poverty initiative: trade in your refrigerator for an ice box.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on September 16, 2014
The world's malnourished population is declining, but too many people are still going hungry.
by Alan Pyke Posted on September 16, 2014
Official poverty estimates don't fully capture the realities of poverty in America, but they still give a useful snapshot of inequality in our economy.