As President Obama again seeks bipartisan solutions from Congress after his State of the Union speech, he can note one reform nearing passage: Support for states to nudge food stamp recipients into job training and jobs.
Over the years, tax policy has been a key tool in keeping the safety net that protects the nation's poor intact.
On the 50th anniversary of Lyndon B. Johnson's 'war on poverty,' government must beef up efforts to support family stability, beyond financial means.
Newly-disclosed information shows that tax-exempt political organization are increasingly taking advantage of their status. Do they still deserve their tax-exempt status?
Recent cases of alleged child abduction in Greece and Ireland have brought new attention to stereotypes about the Roma, as well as their ability to integrate into society.