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Detroit’s Retirees Vote to Accept Lower Pensions
Nearly 32,000 retirees voted to accept lower pension payments as part of Detroit bankruptcy plan....


Michigan’s Governor Plans to Give $350 Million to Bankrupt Detroit
Gov. Rick Snyder wants to provide funds for pension payments for workers in Detroit, which is in ba...


Many in Detroit Irate Over Loss of Pension Benefits in Bankruptcy
The families of police officers and firefighters who died in the line of duty may lose their benefi...


Federal Judge Bars Challenges to Detroit’s Bankruptcy Filing
The federal judge overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy ruled that city employees could not go to state c...


Jailed Charles Taylor Wants His Pension
Liberia’s former president and war crimes convict Charles Taylor has written members of parliament ...


Feds: Vick Illegally Used Pension Funds
Michael Vick may be out of prison. But he's in trouble again....


States cutting benefits for public-sector retirees
Public officials across the U.S. campaign to balance their budgets by making government employment ...


Amid Crisis, New Jersey Workers Say: "Don't Blame Us"
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) - When a New Jersey family with an autistic child walks into the state...


Wisconsin Governor Aims to Curb Bargaining by State Workers
MADISON, Wis (Reuters) - Wisconsin's new Republican governor on Friday will propose sharply curtail...


Commentary: Struggle for Equality Still Continues for the Civil Rights Generation
Retirement may be a burden for African-American seniors, many of whom have insufficient assets to l...


SEC Charges Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick in Investment Scheme
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a civil suit Wednesday alleging former Detroit Ma...


Ex-NFL Players File Suit Against Owners and Current Players
A group of retired NFL players filed a class-action complaint in federal court Monday against both ...


Emanuel Faces Big Money Woes as Next Chicago Mayor
Rahm Emanuel won 55 percent of the vote for mayor of Chicago, easily outdistancing former Chicago s...


Obama Pitches Public Works Spending to Create Jobs
President Obama pushes infrastructure improvement in Miami....


Commentary: Why We Must Stand With Workers
The eyes of the nation need to focus on Madison, Wisconsin, as hundreds of government workers, unio...


Most Blacks Could Retire in Poverty, Experts Warn
Experts warn that most Blacks could retire in poverty even though there's a growing middle class. N...


Uneasy Economy Dashes Retirement Confidence
Americans' doubt their ability to retire due to a shaky economic climate....


Apollo Nida Pleads Guilty on Fraud Charges
RHOA star accused of stealing identities, laundering $2.3 million....


Ryan Unveils House GOP Budget Claiming Balance
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan says his plan would balance the federal budget in 10 year...


Senate Strikes Bipartisan Deal on Unemployment Insurance Extension
Senate crafts legislation to extend expired unemployment benefits....

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