Senator: ‘They seem to think that modern Americans shouldn’t have pride and independence’
‘Make it fun by having activities, games, food, and entertainment, and provide information about SNAP’
‘The agency said individuals suspected of defrauding the system are requesting a large number of replacement cards’
USDA announces new tax to help Christmas trees beat artificial competitors
Broadband company's demise puts taxpayers on hook for $74 million loan - The Washington Post
Agencies that oversaw the venture defended their roles
Advocates cite the potato’s health benefits, cost burdens for school districts in opposing regulations to starchy veggies in school meals
While milk processors seek end to New Deal-era price controls, large dairy farming co-ops back bill to save their subsidies
FoodPolitik: Food cops have sour prescription for our diets - TheDC Opinion
FDA, Dept. of Agriculture open formal inquiry into how to achieve salt reduction goals
Obama’s budget would slash programs that don’t work
Breitbart defiantly dismisses the suit as ‘transparent effort to chill his constitutionally protected free speech’
After record-high levels of production in December and January, corn prices have risen to $7 per bushel from $3.50
The Pigford II settlement sets a dangerous and disturbing precedent.
Shirley Sherrod incident may have opened door to exposing one of the biggest fraud cases in history
Universities encouraging students to receive welfare benefits
J. Dudley Butler, an Obama administration appointee, is using his position to enrich himself.
The $4.5 billion bill passed by the House 264-157 Thursday would expand a program that provides full meals after school to all 50 states
CURRAN & ENNIS: Google fired workers, why can't Obama? - TheDC Opinion
If the federal government were run like a tech company, we’d all be better off.
Senate Republicans’ ban on earmarks – money included in a bill by a lawmaker to benefit a home-state project or interest – was short-lived