The $3 billion program authorized by COVID-19 food relief legislation was set to continue through the end of June and could be extended, the USDA said.
On Friday, during a visit to Colorado with Sen. Cory Gardner, USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue decided to see the result of those programs firsthand with a visit to the Food Bank of the Rockies.
Instead of beefing up the SNAP program during the pandemic, the government opts for a return to Depression-era food lines.
Amazon Web Services customers now have an easy-to-use app-building tool at their disposal. The e-commerce giant has launched a fully managed service called Honeycode that allows AWS clients to build interactive mobile and web applications with no pro
There's an opportunity for Coloradans to make sure trails and hikers are safe this summer.
A screw with a stripped head can be difficult to remove.
Plant A Row, a donation program in its 5th year that allows gardeners to donate their excess harvests, returns for the season just when it's needed the most.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot appears to have the wrong idea of what her police department actually does.
And it’s time for a renewed emphasis on civil rights.
The slow progress in handing out state money has done little to improve the plight of many Californians whose immigration status makes them ineligible for regular jobless benefits.
Demand on food distribution organizations has been huge since coronavirus forced businesses to close and caused an enormous increase in unemployment.
The Christopher Nolan sci-fi thriller starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson is currently slated to move from July 31 to Aug. 12.