A new federal report outlines the many obstacles that keep college students from accessing food assistance they're eligible for.
A separate nutrition program for women and children will also get enough funding to keep operating.
Stories from a shutdown—from food safety and hog nuisance lawsuits to EBT payments and "shutdown specials" at D.C. restaurants.
Those affected by the new rule will include single adults without children, a category that included 3.8 million people in 2016.
This week, the Wisconsin legislature drastically weakened the incoming governor's power in what some are calling a coup. They also enshrined soon-to-depart Governor Scott Walker's controversial drug testing plan.
House and Senate find common ground after dropping controversial measures that would limit access to SNAP.
Two changes to income deductions have an overall negative effect.
Meanwhile, food insecurity among new immigrant families has nearly doubled in the last decade.
Anti-hunger, small-farm, and environmental groups say the Senate farm bill is the only viable option for passage this year.