- Bill for welfare drug testing in negotiation Updated: Mar-06-14 7:01 pm
- Mass. reports of potential EBT fraud increase Updated: Mar-04-14 8:05 am
- Plea bargain in Garfield County welfare case Updated: Feb-28-14 8:58 am
- Ala. Senate passes limited welfare drug testing Updated: Feb-26-14 10:19 pm
- Ala woman killed at Ga welfare office Updated: Feb-21-14 5:58 pm
- Welfare drug screening stripped from Indiana bill Updated: Feb-19-14 5:19 pm
- Guatemalan in Maine pleads guilty to some charges Updated: Feb-19-14 7:20 am
- Catholic archbishop slams UK welfare reform Updated: Feb-14-14 5:20 pm
- Court: IBM broke deal, but still deserves $50M Updated: Feb-13-14 4:42 pm
- Court: Ind. owes IBM nearly $50M in welfare fight Updated: Feb-13-14 3:20 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Two Indiana lawmakers trying to pass a bill requiring drug tests for some welfare recipients say they have passed voluntary drug tests.
BOSTON - State welfare officials appear to be doing a better job of rooting out possible food stamp fraud.
ASPEN, Colorado - The Garfield County District Attorney's Office has reached a plea deal with a woman accused in one of the county's largest welfare fraud cases.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - The Alabama Senate is trying to enact stricter welfare regulations, including mandating drug testing for some welfare applicants.
COLUMBUS, Georgia - Authorities say a woman who was shot to death outside a Georgia state welfare office in Columbus was killed by her estranged husband.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana lawmakers on Wednesday stripped contentious proposals from a bill originally intended to screen welfare applicants for drug addiction and keep recipients of government food assistance from buying junk food.
PORTLAND, Maine - A native of Guatemala charged with stealing the identity of a Texas man to obtain a Maine identification card, collect welfare benefits and get a job has pleaded guilty to some charges.
LONDON - The leader of the Roman Catholic church in England and Wales has called government cuts to welfare a "disgrace" and said they have left people facing hunger and destitution.
INDIANAPOLIS - IBM Corp. failed to deliver its part of a deal to privatize Indiana's welfare system, but the company is still entitled to nearly $50 million in fees that the state agreed to pay, the Indiana Court of Appeals found Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Court of Appeals says IBM Corp. failed to deliver its part of a deal to privatize the state's welfare system, but the company is still entitled to nearly $50 million in fees that the state agreed to pay.