Joy Moses explores what’s wrong with federal child support policies and how to fix them as our nation prepares to celebrate Father’s Day.
Joy Moses applauds the new Government Accountability Office report on costly overlapping government programs, especially its recommendations to proceed cautiously before reforming hunger and homelessness programs.
Joy Moses and Hilary Evans explain in Cornerstone how to expand the availability of free legal assistance to serve low-income fathers.
Looking out for our nation’s children should be at the top of Congress’s to-do list during its lame duck session, argues Joy Moses.
Report Joy Moses, Jacquelyn Boggess, and Jill Groblewski explain how supporting responsible fatherhood and related programs and services helps low-income mothers.
Joy Moses and Amara M. Foster discuss what Congress can do to address the growing childhood obesity epidemic more generally and reach children living in poverty in particular.
Video Melissa Boteach and Joy Moses discuss the new poverty data, what we can do to reduce rising poverty, and why it's important to focus on poverty amid other problems.
Report The Census Bureau release of 2009 income, poverty, and health insurance shows that more families have lost health insurance coverage and have fallen into poverty.
Interactive A slideshow from Folayemi Agbede and Joy Moses highlights antipoverty programs enacted under the Obama administration that have made a difference.
We need to keep our safety net expanded to meet the growing (and diverse) poverty population’s needs, argues Joy Moses.
Extending the TANF Emergency Fund should be a no-brainer. It has created thousands of jobs, helping states, workers, and businesses, write Joy Moses and Melissa Boteach.
Report Report from Joy Moses shows how helping low-income fathers will benefit children and families.
The Obama administration's new approach to improving relationships between fathers and their children could just be the help many families need, writes Joy Moses.