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Some of the dead whose Social Security numbers were used to receive public benefits had been deceased for decades, Auditor Suzanne Bump told a House oversight committee Monday.
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For the third time in as many years, voters are being called to the polls next Tuesday to choose a new U.S. senator, with Republican and former Navy SEAL turned private equity investor Gabriel E. Gomez facing veteran Democrat U.S. Rep. Edward J. Markey.
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The life story of Chen Shuizong, who killed 47 people when he set himself on fire, has attracted sympathy from Chinese similarly frustrated with a capricious system.
If liberals succeed in blocking any serious entitlement reform during the Obama presidency, as seems increasingly likely, they will have handed conservatives a gift.
A rush of 7-Eleven raids in New York and Virginia lead to multiple arrests and store seizures over immigration issues.
While most people dream of the day they can retire, many college professors plan to put it off or work until their final years.
As a child, Jorge Tume used to sit and do homework as his parents cleaned the desks and floors of a concrete company in Miami.
Nine owners and managers of 7-Eleven stores on Long Island and in Virginia were charged on Monday in a scheme to exploit immigrants from Pakistan, including some business-owners who used Social Security numbers of children and dead people on the workers' paystubs.
Barbara Adams, 70, keeps getting one of those annoying robocalls that she just knows has to be a scam.
Those in the midst of a divorce may not know that some of their Social Security benefits could go to their ex-spouse if they have been married for 10 years.
It seems as if the same battle is being fought in every aspect of American society.
I am deeply saddened to see the Beacon Falls town budget fail at referendum. The town budget contained a very minor 0.1 mill increase.
New research shows that investment savings and financial security, rather than age, now determine when near-retirees feel ready to retire.
The union's board, meeting on Maui, agreed unanimously Friday to support Schatz after interviewing both Democrats.
Salamanca says living in America as an immigrant is hard. Things that citizens take for granted such as, a driver's license or a social security card, illegal immigrants can't have access to because of current laws.
The government has prepared a social security plan for providing facilities to laborers involved in all sectors of employment.