The president of food justice nonprofit Urban Oasis Project talks about the role of food in the 2020 election.
Three in 10 Black families are struggling to feed their children, and there's no sign of relief in sight.
More and more people can use SNAP benefits to buy groceries online.
The pandemic is speeding up a major change to the federal safety net.
The "whole-of-government" approach to the coronavirus doesn't pause President Donald Trump's anti-welfare agenda.
As the Trump administration pushes food assistance cuts, a new paper touts reduced mortality among benefit recipients.
One of Trump's several behind-the-scenes food benefit cuts has a spillover effect on children.
The third draft regulation in a year would shrink benefits for millions.
How do immigrant advocates and lawmakers counter policies that haven’t yet been put in place?
SNAP, which helps 38 million people and is one of America's biggest safety net programs, could stop providing benefits if the government shutdown continues.