Republicans may love to grumble about big government, but most made their peace with entitlements long ago.
More on guns, corporation taxes slashed, cuts to the EPA and welfare.
EU nationals working for the NHS "should be given automatic British citizenship."
Philadonna Wade gets $480 in food stamps each month.
Revived rules designed to incentivize people looking for work result in the loss of benefits for 500,000 to 1 million people.
David Cameron risks never getting any more cuts through parliament.
The senior British cabinet minister resigned in a surprise move that puts pressure on finance minister George Osborne.
Those living in poverty can be helped by cash. Help in kind is a poor substitute.
Reform dramatically increased the number of households with children on less than $2 a day per person.
Areas with bigger spending cuts have greater chance of a food bank opening, says Oxford University report.
No More Twerk n' Jerk! Kansas House Bill 2258 bans government assistance money from being used on fun.
Rhinos were declared extinct in Zambia in 1998, ravaged by poachers. Today they are back and living in the wild once again.
After a similar law was ruled unconstitutional in 1999, Michigan will likely make welfare applicants submit to suspicion-based drug testing soon.
The first minister-to-be accused the Conservatives of leaving women worse off, arguing that women bear the brunt of benefit cuts