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FoxNews.com Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions is accusing the Obama administration of failing to enforce a century-old law meant to prevent immigrants from taking root in the U.S. only to live on the government dole -- after the administration reported
It's an expected but unwelcome consequence that must be cleaned up before it gets messy...Two divorced women and one single mom detailed their daily stress involving conflicts, loneliness and financial crises. Each said stress causes them aches and
This transcript is automatically generated And welcome to FOX News Sunday panel plus with Carl -- Bob Woodward Kimberly -- -- and Juan Williams and as promised we're gonna pick up right but we left off on the show...What's gonna happen what should
The problem is these programs often penalize people for earning that extra dollar of income. Rather than promoting work and savings, these implicit taxes punish such otherwise positive behavior.
I quickly discovered that this benefit by itself is not enough to prevent a person from sliding into ill health. It needs to be supplemented by other sources of food, such as Foodbank distributions and the ability to grow some of your own food.
Since taking office in 2009, food stamp rolls under President Barack Obama have risen to more than 47 million people in America, exceeding the population of Spain. Now is the time to act boldly and wisely to not only revive this economy, but to build
As a logical consequence of the prolonged economic downturn, participation in the federal food stamp program is continuing to rise. In fact, household participation has been climbing so steadily that it has dwarfed the last peak (which looks like a
Saturday, Feb. 09, 2013 Catherine Templeton tends to float trial balloons before they're filled, which allows them to drift back down for more input...Department of Health and Environmental Control suggested the state apply for a waiver that would
Restrict food stamp items, cut obesity Putting restrictions on what people can buy with food stamps might be a way to cut down on South Carolina's growing obesity problem, the state's public health chief said Wednesday. SC agency head is dark-horse
Nubia Calderon Barillas, 32, left a job in retail in May for a housekeeping job at the Holiday Inn LAX that promised better pay and steady work. But nearly nine months later, the mother of three said, she rarely works more than two days a week. She