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The United States is the richest and most bountiful country on earth, so it is hard to believe that some Americans don't have enough food to eat.
It's been 40 years since President Lyndon Johnson (search) declared war on poverty. In that time, our government has spent one trillion dollars fighting hunger.
Incredibly, the Department of Agriculture (search) says 35 million Americans still face hunger every year.
That's the number that gets the headline, but how much of this is myth and misconception?
We talked to experts who say the truth about hunger is much more complicated. We also followed the money trail, and discovered how some charities are lining their own pockets.
Watch a special "Breaking Point: Harvest of Blame," as we delve into the scams, the possible solutions and the truth behind this crisis... only on FNC!