Social Security News
OPINION: LZ Granderson on Trump's Comments to Black Voters
In 1932 a quarter of the American workforce was unemployed, housing prices had fallen by 10.5 percent and President Herbert Hoover’s inability to turn things around paved the way for Franklin D. Roosevelt to win the White House in one of the biggest landslides in presidential election history. With
Breach in Fishing License System Exposes Data in Northwest
Officials say a computer breach in a vendor's system that processes online sales of hunting and fishing licenses in Idaho, Oregon and Washington state exposed several million records containing buyers' personal information
Illinois' Pension Payment Expected to Increase by $400M
Illinois' contribution to the state's largest public-pension fund is expected to increase by more than $400 million next year after the board overseeing the account lowered its expected rate of return on investments
Trump Campaign App's Data Grab Could Expose Everyone in Your Contact List, Experts Say
Donald Trump ’s campaign app may be putting “America First,” but experts say it's not necessarily prioritizing users’ privacy. The Trump campaign’s smartphone offering seeks to collect and store the contents of users’ address books –– potentially vacuuming up large quantities of personal data about
Burr Sticks to Low-Key Style in N. Carolina Re-Election Bid
North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr is sticking to his low-key style less than three months before his re-election bid despite a unfavorable climate for Republicans and a spirited campaign from his Democratic challenger
DOJ: Vet's Purple Heart Lies Cost Government $752,000
Federal prosecutors say a former soldier who lied his way to a Purple Heart cheated Washington state and the federal government out of more than $750,000
Tim Draper on 'Real Biz With Rebecca Jarvis'
Founding partner of venture capital firms Draper Associates and DFJ, Tim Draper, joins Rebecca Jarvis on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis.
Illinois Officials: Pension Change Could Be 'Devastating'
Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration says a pending move by Illinois' largest public-pension fund could increase the state's required payment by hundreds of millions of dollars
$99,999 Payout to Homeless Woman Highlights Social Security's Struggles
Wanda Witter, 80, who up until last week was homeless and living on D.C.'s streets, has received $99,999 in Social Security retirement benefits, but she could be just one of many people owed cash due to a "tangled mess" at the Social Security Administration, according to the social worker who