Social Security Releases 2014 Top Baby NamesIt’s very often the most common question a pregnant woman hears…'do you have a name?'
How To Max Out Your Social SecurityHow does getting more money sound? Laurence Kotlikoff, Philip Moeller and Paul Solomon have three tips for getting the most out of your social security.
Court Weighs Hike In Bar Fees For Legal AidFlorida's high court heard arguments Tuesday on whether attorneys should get a price hike in Bar fees to help meet the legal needs of poor Floridians.
U.S. Rep. Garcia Fighting To Keep SeatU.S. Rep. Joe Garcia was considered one of the most vulnerable incumbents by political analysts in 2012. That outlook hasn’t changed on Election Day.
Amid Nasty Ads Congressional Candidates Have A Lot In CommonIn the race for U.S. Congress for District 26, the nasty ads are plastered all over social media and TV.
Immigration Apologizes To Army Veteran, Not Considered U.S. Citizen Immigration officials apologized to a U.S. Army veteran who discovered he was not a U.S. citizen.
Rubio To Propose Retirement Security PlanDuring a speech at the National Press Club in Washington on Tuesday, Senator Marco Rubio is expected to outline his ideas for strengthening retirement security for Americans.
Retirement 911: Are You Prepared? It’s Never Too Early To Start Retirement 911: Are You Prepared? It’s Never Too Early To Start
Republican Jolly Wins Florida Congressional RaceVoters in Florida's 13th Congressional District began going to the polls early Tuesday morning to cast their ballot on who should replace the late Representative Bill Young.
Political Parties Battle 24 Hours Before Special ElectionThe race to replace the late Representative Bill Young between Democrat Alex Sink and Republican David Jolly will come to a crescendo Tuesday in a special election. Both sides see a potential victory as validation for their respective world view heading into 2014's mid-term elections.
2014 Campaigns Could Be Heated Over Health CareThe nationwide campaign for Congress this fall could be a competitive one because of Omabacare according to political experts.
Stolen Coca-Cola Laptops Had Personal Info On ThemStolen laptop computers contained the information of up to 74,000 people Coca-Cola said Friday, but there is no indication that the information was misused.