The Leslie Jones website hack this month has prompted fans and critics alike to spread their opinions on social media. Hackers managed to get into Jones’ official website and post personal information, as well as “nude photos” and “racist imagery,” as CNET reports. Show More Summary
Getting remarried after age 60 can have benefits.
Both parts of the that headline are true, although the Post did not connect them in exactly this way. It's editorial instead highlighted the debt-to-GDP ratio, trying to hide from readers the fact that the real burden of the debt is near a post-World War II low. This is a classic case of the ends justifying the means. Show More Summary
Will we think twice about what we say online? In the immediate aftermath of the San Bernardino, Calif. massacre on Dec. 2, 2015, major media outlets, including the New York Times, reported that the Department of Homeland Security had...Show More Summary
The Belgian government approved on Friday the procurement of software that will enable the national security services to track down terrorists in the Internet, including on social networks, local media reported.
The judges say although an immigrant was convicted of using false documents to work, that doesn't make her guilty of moral turpitude. One judge calls the case a waste of taxpayers' money.
A China-driven surge in green bond issuance helps pave the way for a socially responsible version of the security in the U.S.
Artur Samarin entered the pleas to passport fraud and Social Security fraud on Tuesday.
Social media connects us to the wider world, but that also means we're more open to security threats. Here's some of the more common security issues you need to be aware of.
Before she received a check for nearly $100,000 from the Social Security Administration last week, Wanda Witter was homeless. The 80-year-old former machinist from Corning, N.Y., is a divorcee and mother of four, but she spent her nights in a sleeping bag on a sidewalk near the corner of 13th and G streets NW in... Show More Summary
(Photo: The Canadian Press via AP/Sean Kilpatrick) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves a news conference in Ottawa, Ontario, after winning the October 2015 election. T o American progressives, this retirement story should sound familiar. Show More Summary
Will you receive your Social Security check? It's a question that's about to divide generations and confront politicians. AARP is creating a national campaign to get this serious issue discussed in the presidential campaign. So far,Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — Google, Facebook and Twitter lashed out on Monday against a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposal that would ask foreign visitors to reveal their usernames on social media accounts. The DHS is considering whether to ask travelers arriving in the U.S. Show More Summary
For years, Wanda Witter has lived on the streets in Washington, D.C., trying to persuade officials that Social Security owes her more than $100,000. For years, the 80-year-old woman says people dismissed her as crazy. But finally someone listened — and now, her attorney says, she's about to get...
Wanda Witter, 80, who’d been sleeping on D.C.’s streets for years, finally received her long-overdue check on Tuesday
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Social Security Administration has rolled back extra security measures on the agency's website after getting complaints from people who had trouble accessing their accounts. The agency said it implemented the extra...Show More Summary
Social Security wouldn't pay what was owed to 80-year-old Wanda Witter, and she ended up living on the streets of Washington DC for 16 years. She carried three suitcases of paperwork documenting her claim that the government owed her more than $100,000. Show More Summary
It took a homeless woman who lives on the streets of our nation’s capital more than 10 years, but she finally proved that Social Security owes her more than $100,000. Wanda Witter, a former machinist from Corning, N.Y., who is divorced...Show More Summary
Donald Trump hasn't spent much money on political ads so far, but when he does he makes sure they have as many lies as possible. Case in point: Here's his new political ad called: "Two Americas: Immigration" In Hillary Clinton’s America,...Show More Summary
The National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI), a nonprofit and non-partisan organization shares some facts about Social Security and how it works.