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3 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Although I have mixed feelings about Down With Tyranny, I did enjoy this guest post from U.S. Senate candidate Shenna Bellows regarding Social Security: Too many Mainers feel that Washington is simply not listening.
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7 hrs ago | USA Today
Budget negotiators announced Tuesday a bipartisan deal to set spending levels for the federal government for two years and partially replace unpopular spending cuts with other savings.
11 hrs ago | Press-Telegram
Hackers attacked the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's computer systems over a period of about two months in an effort to steal credit card, Social Security and other financial information, but there is no evidence any data was compromised, the center announced today.
15 hrs ago | The Washington Post
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20 hrs ago | The Baxter Bulletin
According to UPI, Shane Smith, of Fort Collins, Colo., had his new ObamaCare insurance opened under his dog's name.
An Orlando police officer was fired recently after an investigation revealed he had racially profiled drivers and misused Florida's driver-and-vehicle database, an internal affairs report states.
The College of St. Scholastica hosted the monthly Waite Park Chamber meeting Nov. 20, which featured a presentation on "Social Security and Disability" by lawyer Carol Lewis.
Sometimes I feel like a proud parent watching a child take his first steps as I help financial advisers understand the basic rules of Social Security.
Why did Third Way launch an attack on Senator Elizabeth Warren? According to one of the op-ed writers it was Warren's support for a plan to expand Social Security that was the "final moment."
Ken Statz, a health insurance broker, and president of Statz and Associates General Agency, is shown at his office in Brecksville, Ohio, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
Senator Mark Begich , author of the Protecting & Preserving Social Security Act, is directing his focus on another type of cut to Social Security: Most Alaskans don't know it, but there's something called the Windfall Elimination Provision in Social Security.
Congressional budget negotiators are moving to meet a Friday the 13th deadline to produce, well, something.
Brian Rothenberg, Director of the progressive advocacy organization ProgressOhio, joined Sen. Brown and NCPSSM's Max Richtman in Columbus Friday to talk about defending and strengthening Social Security.
But the operator refused to credit Fristoe as an agent on the application, meaning he wouldn't get the commission or be listed as the follow-up contact if his client needed help again later.
When insurance agent Kelly Fristoe recently spent 30 minutes helping a client pick a mid-level health plan and the federal marketplace website froze, he called the government's hotline and tried to finish the application.
'Twas two weeks before Christmas, and all through the Senate and House, not a budget deal was stirring, so the country's citizens did grouse ... Yep.