Melissa Boteach explains how the bill will cut jobs, hurt long-term economic growth, increase poverty, and worsen child hunger—all while protecting the wealthy.
More than 80 percent of the children who would lose nutrition assistance benefits under a proposed Farm Bill amendment are Latino, writes Sarah Jane Glynn.
Jessica Arons explains how the Court’s decision on the Obamacare Medicaid provision affects government, the working poor, and women.
Donna Cooper calculates that the legislation would eliminate 19,000 jobs and deprive low-income Americans of nearly 1 billion meals in 2014, increasing poverty across our nation.
The issues, needs, and concerns of low-income fathers and working-class men in general must be part of the national conversation, argues Joy Moses.
Katie Wright looks at some of the challenges facing poor, single-mother families and offers solutions to help lift them out of poverty.
Sophia Kerby and Crosby Burns show that President Obama's decision to support same-sex marriage is in line with public opinion.
An infographic by Progress 2050 explains the shift in demographics in North Carolina.
Melissa Boteach demonstrates the trade offs House leadership is willing to make to help the best off at the expense of America’s most vulnerable children.
Chart from Melissa Boteach, Lawrence Korb, and Max Hoffman shows that House conservatives are asking low- and middle-income families to foot the bill to protect weapons systems that don’t enhance our national security.
House Republicans stealthily cut nutrition assistance as they reject revenues from the Buffett Rule as paltry, write Melissa Boteach and Seth Hanlon.
Melissa Dunn and Aisha Moodie-Mills examine the state of gay and transgender communities of color in 2012.
Report Christian E. Weller, Julie Ajinkya, and Jane Farrell explain how communities of color were hit particularly hard by the Great Recession in 2007 and how they're still struggling as the economy recovers.
Katie Wright charts how the House-passed Republican budget guts federal programs supporting women and children.
Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley examine how Maryland’s growing communities of color and immigrants are impacting the state’s economy and electorate in advance of the April 3 primary.