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Researchers crack the smile, describing 3 types by muscle movement

(University of Wisconsin-Madison) The smile may be the most common and flexible expression, used to reveal some emotions, cover others and manage social interactions that have kept communities secure and organized for millennia.But how do we tell one kind of smile from another?

Nobel laureate Yunus cancels meet in Bangladesh

Nobel peace prize winner Muhammad Yunus Thursday cancelled an international conference of social business entrepreneurs outside the Bangladeshi capital after it failed to get police security. Yunus, 77, has been at odds with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina since 2007 when he made a brief foray into the country?s highly polarised politics. Show More Summary

5 Social Security myths, debunked

Don't believe these common misconceptions about Social Security's financial condition.        

There’s A Storm A Comin’

Bloomberg interviewed Alicia Munnell from the Boston College Center for Retirement Research. She of course has come to be a thought leader for what ails the Social Security system. Shockingly it boils down to three things; cutting benefits, raising the cap one way or another or some combo of both. I’ve framed it numerous times […]


by Dale Coberly   FIX THE DEBT WANTS TO SAVE SOCIAL SECURITY BUT WHY? I received an email a few days ago from Chris Dreibelbis,Fix the Debt, purporting to explain “why the Social Security Trustees urge action.” “Fix the Debt” is a project of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB) which is funded […]

Why won’t Social Security give me the retroactive child benefits I’m entitled to?

Phil Moeller answers your questions on aging and retirement in his weekly column, “Ask Phil.” Photo illustration by Getty Images Editor’s Note: Journalist Philip Moeller is here to provide the answers you need on aging and retirement. Show More Summary

If I make $40,000, how much will Social Security pay me?

Find out what how Social Security helps typical Americans in retirement.        

WATCH: Texas Police Officer Harasses Black Teen for Mowing Grass

Promoting one's business while black is apparently now a crime. A video of a black teenager being harassed by a security officer in Harris County, Houston, Texas, went viral as soon as it emerged on social media Tuesday. In the video...Show More Summary

Benefits Of Immigration: Merkel's Germany Gets Social Security Boost From New Arrivals

There was a 53 percent increase in people paying into German social security systems between 2008 and 2015.

WATCH: Texas police officer harasses black teen for mowing grass

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A video of a black teenager being harassed by a security officer in Harris County, Houston, Texas, went viral as soon as it emerged on social media Tuesday. In the video recorded by Marvel Gibson, he is heard saying that he was going door-to-door to distribute cards for his business of mowing yards...

'Even gambling addicts have more protections' than student-loan borrowers

Borrowers who default on their student loans are pursued aggressively by the Department of Education and private debt collectors, facing garnished wages, withheld IRS tax returns, and decreased Social Security payments, Reuters reported. "We...Show More Summary

Police: Ex-Cowboys WR Lucky Whitehead misidentified, not arrested

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Prince William County police said the man who was arrested gave Lucky Whitehead's birth date and social security number.        

Feldstein:How To Make The Tax System Fairer And Save Social Security

Martin Feldstein (WSJ op-ed), How to Make the Tax System Fairer and Save Social Security: The U.S. faces two major fiscal problems. Fortunately, there is a simple solution to both that also improves the fairness of the tax system. The first problem is the size of the overall budget deficit....

Inspector General warns of Social Security fraud scheme

Citizens have been getting calls from fraudsters posing as SSA employees        

What Married Couples Need to Know About Social Security

Married couples have several Social Security claiming options that aren't available to single people. If you have worked and paid taxes into Social Security for at least 10 years and earned at least 40 credits, you will probably be eligible to receive benefits. You qualify for credits when you earn income and pay Social Security taxes.

Game of Thrones: Libertarian Edition

Warning: spoilers   As HBO’s blockbuster series Game of Thrones returns for its seventh season, Reason offers its own freedom-filled parody. A libertarian paradise north of the wall? What’s happened to Westeros’ social security trust...Show More Summary

US Public Support for Medicaid

Prominent among the things that the out of touch elite knows about regular Americans in, say Kansas where something is the matter, is that those people oppose means tested programs almost as much as they support Social Security old age and survivor benefits and Medicare. (Another used to be that the didn’t support higher taxes […]

Hackers had access to millions of Social Security numbers

(AP) — Hackers who breached a Kansas Department of Commerce data system in March had access to more than 5.5 million Social Security numbers in 10 states, along with another 805,000 accounts that didn't include the Social Security numbers,...Show More Summary

Social Security Warns On New Scheme Similar To IRS Phone Scams

Financial scams involving individuals posing as government employees aren't limited to those Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phone scams. There's a new scam making the rounds - and this time, it involves individuals claiming to be from the Social Security Administration (SSA).

Social Security Will Be Paying Out More Than It Receives In Just Five Years

Authored by Mac Slavo via, When social security was first implemented in the 1930’s, America was a very different country. Especially in regards to demographics. The average life expectancy was roughly 18 years younger than it is now, and birth rates were a bit higher than they are now. Show More Summary

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