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Japan's prison system is being driven to budgetary crisis by a new, pernicious breed of villain: the recidivist retiree, reports the Financial Times.
Gastromotiva founder David Hertz tells CNBC why he chose to set up Gastromotiva as a way of promoting social change through food.
David Hertz is one of those rare people who has put into practice his ideas for helping the world and, in his case, the idea was inspired by food.
Finland could be the first country to implement a national universal basic income policy, meaning every adult will receive around $870 a month.
Scott Sato, president and COO of Pasona, says the focus should be on Japan's job-seeker ratio.
Prasoon Kumar, CEO of Billion Bricks, says there's a lot of focus on financing and building houses for the poor, but there's a lack of attention on design and sustainability.
Gov. John Kasich of Ohio is asked about marijuana legalization and expounds on income inequality.
More than half of the nation's immigrants receive some kind of government welfare, a figure that's far higher than the native-born population.
Patrick Basham, Director at the Democracy Institute, says Clinton's populist speech on Monday "threw a lot of red meat at the liberal center-left base of the party."
Modi's cuts in federal welfare spending on the poorest of India's 1.25 billion people are coming in for criticism, including from within his cabinet.
Animal rights group, PETA, has uploaded video footage of "inexcusable treatment" towards owls at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.
The UK should've listened to Margaret Thatcher 25 years ago. Now it's finding out the truth—the EU is just a big welfare Ponzi scheme, says Jake Novak.
Republican efforts to stop Obamacare are a throwback to past efforts by former lawmakers to stop other federal entitlement programs. The New York Times reports.
Millions of food stamp recipients can expect to see their benefits reduced beginning in November—and that could end up being just the beginning.
Lawmakers returned to fights over presidential nominations, student loans and the farm bill, and to the question of whether they can pass immigration reform.
Israel is making a free-market move, with a new political party aiming to reduce the welfare rolls — and avoid a Greece-like situation, argues Kudlow producer Jake Novak.
Erna Solberg, leader of the Conservative Party of Norway, tells CNBC that Norway needs to diversify its economy away from oil and gas.
Food stamp usage in America has gone up 70 percent since 2008. Art Laffer, Laffer Investments; Dean Baker, Center For Economic & Policy Research; and Hadley Heath, Independent Women's Forum, discuss.
More than 46 million Americans are living below the poverty line. Casey Mulligan, University of Chicago Professor of Economics; Rana Foroohar, Time Magazine; Katie Burke, Edelman; Katherine Mangu-Ward, Reason Magazine; and Morgan Brittany Townhall columnist, provide perspective.
Arvind Subramanian, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics or PIIE says China is responding to a de facto democratization shock with its pledges to bridge social inequality. He says China needs to deliver good and inclusive growth.