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An emergency drill at the Woodlawn-based Social Security Administration is likely to cause traffic delays Friday near Security Boulevard and Woodlawn Drive. Most employees from the Security West building will be evacuated from the facilities during...
Susan Reimer's recent column on Social Security Dilemma completely missed the mark ("Don't blame boomers for Social Security dilemma," April 22). Neither Baby Boomers nor the lack of new workers has anything to do with the current Social Security dilemma....
Tags: Theft, U.S. Congress
The Hartford CourantThe Connecticut Department of Labor has issued stop work orders against eight companies building a Trinity College dormitory on Crescent Street after those companies could not provide records proving they were paying into the worker's compensation system....
A 52-year-old Pompano Beach man was convicted of identity theft and tax refund fraud, U.S. Attorney Wifredo A. Ferrer announced Thursday. Nael Dawud Sammour was found guilty of the identity theft charges after a three-day jury trial in Fort Lauderdale...
Tags: Pompano Beach, Punishment, Politics, Theft, Prosecution
ReutersBy Linda Stern WASHINGTON, April 25 (Reuters) - By the time you are nearing the pre-retirement years, you've probably heard all that nose-to-the-grindstone advice hundreds of times: Work longer. Cinch the belt tighter. Plow as much as possible into...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Liberals' loud objections to White House proposals for slowing the growth of huge social programs make it clear that neither political party puts a high priority on reducing the deficit, despite much talk to the contrary. For...
Lisa Harrison weighed 527 pounds on the day she was fired from her job at a Louisiana drug addiction treatment center. The 5-foot-2-inch Harrison, who believed her employer considered her "disabled" due to her weight, filed a discrimination charge with...
The Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewAs in Pittsburgh, many suburban police departments contacted by the Tribune-Review allow their officers to work off-duty details while the municipalities charge an administrative fee for a cut of the revenue. An FBI investigation of the Pittsburgh...
Tags: Cranberries, Lebanon, FBI, Justice System, Pittsburgh
An L.A. Fitness janitor couldn't make a clean getaway after police say he used a customer's keys to burglarize his SUV. The crime was foiled after the janitor crashed his car about four hours later. The mess for Vincent Joseph Merulla, 37, of...
SACRAMENTO — A full-court press by professional sports leagues to limit the ability of out-of-state players to file for workers' compensation benefits in California scored big in a crucial first vote by state lawmakers. A bill, backed by the...
Four years into a so-called recovery, and we're still below recession levels in every important respect except the stock market. A measly 88,000 jobs were created in March, and total employment remains some 3 million below its pre-recession level....
Investment fund Politicians keep referring to Social Security as an "entitlement." It is not an entitlement; it was intended as an investment fund of contributors for their retirement or need. Workers contributed a part of their earnings and employers...
Tags: Finance, Sex Crimes, Abusive Behavior, FBI, Justice System
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