Today is the day most millionaires stop paying into Social Security for the rest of the year, while most of us will continue
President Biden has inherited a Social Security program that is on a weaker footing than when Donald Trump took office.
President-elect Joe Biden campaigned as a champion for older Americans. His election victory gives seniors new hope at a time when
As published today in Common Dreams: When President Franklin Roosevelt signed Social Security into law 85 years ago today, he expressed hope that
President Trump is at it again --- pushing a payroll tax cut that would damage Social Security and Medicare. During a press
FOX News analyst Brit Hume calls suggestions for seniors' health to be sacrificed for the economy "entirely reasonable." On
The National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare sent the following letter to members of the United States Senate last