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5 hrs ago | Worcester News
PENSIONERS, young job seekers and motorists were given a big boost in Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement today - despite another A 3bn of cuts being announced.
9 hrs ago | KAUZ
The extreme cold slamming the Great Plains isn't about to cool off one of the hottest segments of the American economy: North Dakota's oil patch.
14 hrs ago | Flathead Beacon
A judge told teachers Wednesday that he hopes to make a decision before the start of the year on their request to maintain pension inflationary increases until their challenge to pending cuts can be fully decided.
18 hrs ago | Hudson Hub-Times
With the fight over solving Illinois' worst-in-the-nation pension shortfall now headed to the courts, the financially troubled state faces a grim possibility: The plan could be tossed, and Illinois could wind up in an even deeper fiscal hole than the one it's in now.
Millions of people have been warned they will have to wait longer to collect their state pension as George Osborne prepares to deliver his latest assessment of the state of Britain's economy.
The date of the planned increase in the retirement age is likely to be brought forward from 2046 to the mid-2030s People now in their forties will have to wait until 68 to receive the state pension after it was revealed that the date of the planned increase in the retirement age is likely to be brought forward from 2046 to the mid-2030s.
Shirley Lightsey's phone keeps ringing. As head of a group of Detroit retirees, she's trying to keep up with calls from anxious pensioners who fear their monthly payments are at great risk now that a judge says the bankrupt city can cut them.
A wintry storm pushing through the western half of the country is bringing bitterly cold temperatures that prompted safety warnings for residents in the Rockies and threatened crops as far south as California.
Sheriff Mike Byrd will continue to receive his state pension even if he pleads guilty to a federal charge of misleading conduct toward another in Alabama next week, according to the Public Employees' Retirement System of Mississippi.
For California's public-sector unions, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed's proposed statewide ballot measure for pension reform is a call to arms - and they're bringing out the big guns.
An empty field in Brush Park, north of Detroit's downtown is shown with an abandoned home.
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In an interview with The Associated Press, Parnell said he would like to see state spending well below current levels for the upcoming fiscal year.
House Minority Leader Jim Durkin said the deal was made during a Wednesday morning meeting, hopefully setting the stage for a solution to Illinois' roughly $100 billion pension crisis.
Public employees could see significant reductions in long-term retirement income under a proposed bill that Illinois legislative leaders are pushing as a way to solve the worst-in-the-nation pension crisis.
By Pam DeFiglio After years of dithering, Illinois senators and representatives took a momentous step forward Tuesday in solving the $100 million pension problem that has bedeviled the state, its finances, and its credit rating.