Social Security Administration

Senate Cancels Vote on Obama Social Security PickPresident Barack Obama's pick to head the Social Security Administration has run into more trouble after Senate Democrats canceled a procedural vote on her nomination.
Lawmakers Seek to End Benefits to Former NazisLegislation to stop suspected Nazi war criminals from receiving U.S. Social Security benefits will be introduced soon, the latest response to an Associated Press investigation that revealed millions of dollars have been paid to former Nazis who were forced out of the United States.
Congresswoman Demands Investigation Into Report Of Social Security Benefits For Suspected Nazi War CriminalsRep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., wants to know why dozens of Nazi suspects collected benefits after being forced out of the United States.
Social Security Offices Closing, Baby Boomers Forced Online For Help Even as millions of baby boomers approach retirement, the Social Security Administration has been closing dozens of field offices, forcing more and more seniors to seek help online instead of in person, according to a congressional report being released Wednesday.
Baby Names: Noah Ends Jacob's 14-Year Reign Noah sailed past Jacob to become the most popular baby name for boys in 2013, ending Jacob's 14-year run at the top. Sophia was the most popular baby name for girls for the third straight year.
GOP Raps Dems For IRS Union Cash Seeking maximum political gain from the string of controversies swirling around the White House, Republicans are on the attack against Democratic lawmakers who accepted donations from the union that represents Internal Revenue Service employees.
How Does Your Baby's Name Rank?Jacob and Sophia top the list of most popular American baby names — again. It’s Jacob’s 14th straight year at the top and the second year for Sophia.
Judges Sue Social Security Over Case 'Quotas' Judges struggling to handle a surge of disability cases sometimes award benefits they might otherwise deny in order to clear cases faster so they can meet quotas imposed by the Social Security Administration, according to a lawsuit filed by the union representing the agency's administrative law judges.
Judges Sue Social Security Administration Over Case 'Quotas'The union representing Social Security's administrative law judges is suing the agency, claiming judges are forced to decide more than 500 cases a year, a standard that sometimes results in benefits that would otherwise be denied if judges had more time to review evidence.
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