If all the newly hungry in Philadelphia attended a Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park, they'd fill every seat in the stadium - with another 11,000 people stranded in the parking lot.
The hunger numbers reflect a level of hardship in Philadelphia that conflicts with national trends.
Albuquerque, N.M.; Chicago; Denver; Seattle; and San Diego are a few of the cities that have similar programs for homeless residents.
Without many skills or resources, housing insecure and homeless youth face endless daily uncertainty about where they will lay their head that night.
A City Council committee voted to move forward the worker protection bill, which has been implemented in cities across the country.
How employee-owned businesses could keep wealth in communities of color and save the city's commercial corridors.
Research shows that while unwed motherhood contributes to poverty, poverty itself is a cause of unwed motherhood.
Experts say the credit union's practice perpetuate the wealth gap between races.
SEPTA is looking into how its fare card might allow people to take advantage of the poor.
The Inquirer and Daily News, along with WHYY, traveled to Seattle, one of four major cities with a fair-workweek measure.
A new Philadelphia housing report offers ideas to increase housing construction for all income groups.
Beverly Winder's accidental death last month shone a spotlight on the homeless men and women hiding out in Bucks County's wooded areas.
Although they both started at the same level of poverty, the child who comes of age in the less-poor community will make more money in life than the child who spends her life in the low-income area.