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She left him high and dry.
Nearly 32,000 retirees voted to accept lower pension payments as part of Detroit bankruptcy plan.
A terrible abuse of power.
The families of police officers and firefighters who died in the line of duty may lose their benefits under the city's bankruptcy plan.
A crucial decision that keeps Detroit in bankruptcy court and puts pensions at risk can immediately be appealed to a higher court.
Gov. Rick Snyder wants to provide funds for pension payments for workers in Detroit, which is in bankruptcy.
The federal judge overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy ruled that city employees could not go to state courts to keep their pensions out of the bankruptcy case.
After a federal judge upheld Detroit's bankruptcy, retirees are anxious about their pensions.
Liberia’s former president and war crimes convict Charles Taylor has written members of parliament outraged that his pension checks have stopped coming in.
Historians have located the grave site of William Costley in Minnesota.