Department of Agriculture
The change at the Department of Agriculture could impact millions of children attending thousands of schools in poor districts.
The proposed rule change would affect 415,000 units managed by the Department of Agriculture's Rural Housing Service.
Facing a forced move to Kansas City, as many as 80% say they'll quit, decimating research on crop yields, honey bees.
The Trump administration is trying to made it harder for hundreds of thousands of people to get food stamps
Most able-bodied adults without kids already have to work for a certain amount of hours each month to collect food stamps from the federal program.
Here's how speeding up inspection lines might compromise labor conditions—and the safety of your chicken.
And now the USDA is investigating.
A Million Americans Could Soon Lose Their Food Stamps — And People of Color Are Getting Screwed the Most
This year, 23 states are expected to lose federal food aid because of stricter rules triggered by falling unemployment rates. But the economy hasn't improved equally for everybody.
The Center for Food Safety says an agency of the Department of Agriculture does not properly respond to the group's Freedom of Information Act requests.
The lifting of the ban was met with muted enthusiasm from Argentina's beef producers, who say their government has over-regulated and hurt their industry. Producers expect to make $280 million a year once imports resume.
The actor's pets could be destroyed after they were brought into the country without being declared to quarantine.
An agency within the US Department of Agriculture killed black bears, mountain lions, grey wolves, and even bald eagles in an effort to curb losses in the agricultural sector.