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Got retirement questions? We've got answers. [Read More]
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Roberto Beristain's family says he has a work permit and a social security card, while his restaurant provides income for 20 families... [Read More]
Got retirement questions? We've got answers. [Read More]
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Eating too much sugar isn't just a problem for our waistlines. It's making us sick, very sick. Here, Robert Lustig, who is a professor of pediatric endocrinology at UC San Francisco, explains just how much our health has taken a turn for the worse since the '70s and '80s. Things are so bad, Lustig predicts that it could be the downfall of American Medicare and Social Security. Learn more in Lustig's books "The Hacking of the American Mind" and "Fat Chance". Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »... [Read More]
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The company said the issue is due to a malfunction with its internal third-party software. [Read More]
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Over 2.8 million Social Security beneficiaries are under the age of 65. Claiming benefits at the earliest possible age, 62, or not long after means that those beneficiaries will have smaller monthly Social Security benefits for the rest of their lives than people who have the luxury and resources to delay. But most have no other choice. Some may have lost their jobs and have no other income; others work in physically-demanding jobs and their bodies are worn out; still others must stop work to care for a sick spouse or parent. There's a good reason that the most... [Read More]
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Beneficiaries in their early 60s could face a 750 percent increase in premiums! [Read More]
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And then he hired someone to destroy the woman's phone to hide the evidence, according to court documents. [Read More]
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Let's hope Washington makes both pension reform and Social Security reform a priority in the near future. [Read More]
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The Georgia man managed to keep one step ahead of law enforcement over the years thanks to a variety of aliases and fake IDs. A search of David Benjamin Webb's room found more than a dozen driver's licenses bearing his image with different names. Webb also was in possession of five Social Security cards, a Department of Veterans Affairs ID card and a U.S. military common access card – all bearing other people's names. The common access card identified Webb as an Army sergeant. A spokeswoman for the Army said Webb never has been a member of the service. [Read More]
U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta on Wednesday introduced a bill to deny health care tax credits to illegal immigrants, saying it will ensure that Americans' hard-earned tax dollars go only to those with valid Social Security numbers. The Verify First Act is a resul... [Read More]
A 40-year-old woman is accused of making threats to a Social Security Administration office in Hot Springs after becoming upset over a benefit check, authorities said. [Read More]
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NBC's Superstore wanted to make a "progressive" statement about illegal immigration, but went WAY over the line - complete with comparisons to Nazi Germany and "Heil Hitler" salutes. [Read More]
News Mobile Al News for Mobile Alabama News Mobile Weather News Alabama Mobile WKRG News 5 is the CBS affiliate for Mobile AL and Pensacola FL covering Local News Sports Entertainment and Weather... [Read More]
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The United States has come a long way with regards to transgender rights; but for the segment of the trans community that identifies as non-binary (neither female nor male), the U.S. still lags far behind nations like Australia and Germany that offer a third gender option on identity documents. As a result, American non-binary individuals often feel like they are committing perjury on birth certificates, driver's licenses and social security cards, whichever option they put down. [Read More]
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From Yahoo: Courtney Connolly was working as an intern at a Wellfleet, Massachusetts, theater in 2009 when she said she left her car windows down one night while at work and returned to find her wallet gone from the car. Eight years after it disappeared, Connolly's wallet was returned to her this week, with her Social Security card, driver's license, credit cards and $141 cash still inside. "I can't even begin to explain it," Connolly, 30, told ABC News. [Read More]
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The Idaho Department of Labor says hackers have compromised more than a third of its 530,000 customers details. Those details include your name, date of birth, and your social security number. The website, labor. Idaho. gov, is used to help job seekers find work. Camille Clark says she's used the service in the past. "I mean that's a lot, a lot of information. Pretty much everyone in Idaho uses that," she said. Clark says she... [Read More]
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An unknown number of Mainers' Social Security numbers were stolen in a data breach at America's JobLink. [Read More]
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Police say three family members of a Wainwright home spent the social security payments of a veteran whose body was found badly decomposed in their living room. [Read More]
A federal judge in Birmingham on Wednesday sentenced a former administrative law judge for the Social Security Administration to a year and a day in prison for crimes including engaging in a sex act with a Social Security beneficiary whose case he presided over. U.S. District Court Judge Virginia Emerson Hopkins sentenced Paul Stribling Conger Jr., 74, of Akron, for obstructing justice, accepting a gratuity for an official act of a public official and stealing government property, according to... [Read More]
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