The city of Toronto estimated that it would cost $65,000 to build stairs for a local park, but one resident took it upon himself to build the stairs—and only spent $550.
Social Security will be able to pay out full benefits to eligible recipients until 2034—a five year increase in the fund’s solvency since last year’s Social Security Administration Trustee Report—according to SSA Chief Actuary Stephen Goss.
The Trump administration has stopped over 800 regulations proposed under former president Barack Obama, according to a new White House report.
Celebrity scientist Bill Nye said in a recent interview that advocates for fighting climate change will have to wait for the “deniers” to “die.”
The Social Security Administration issued nearly $200 million in improper payments by paying people twice for their benefits.
A Republican senator is pressing the Trump administration to use its leverage over Saudi Arabia to compel the government to allow humanitarian access into Yemen as famine looms over the country.
A lawsuit filed by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) against President Donald Trump and his newly launched voter fraud commission in part centers around the argument that the commission is racist.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday announced new guidelines for civil asset forfeiture, rolling back Obama-era limits on the controversial practice.