An estimated 67 million Americans receiving the benefits will see a 2.8 percent cost-of-living boost to their checks.
The AARP estimates more than 10 million people 50 and older are at risk of going hungry every day in the United States. In Florida, where many baby boomers retire, this food insecurity is compounded by a lack of public…
But state's training program spends much more per person than the figure Congress might allocate if it decides to pass a SNAP work requirement
New work requirements may change things for those who receive food and housing assistance in the Pennsylvania city.
Decisions about who gets paid are 'life and death,' says the Illinois comptroller.
The president-elect's agenda offers little detail on programs.
Sister Albertina Morales works with some of the most economically destitute people in Los Angeles. And according to her, the economic recovery isn't much of a recovery at all.