Social Security Concerns Intensify as 1 in 5 Americans Over 55 Doubt it Will Support Retirement

In New York City, a new survey conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies for a national publication found that a growing number of Americans across all age groups are losing confidence in the ability of Social Security to sustain them during retirement. The survey, which gauged respondents’ beliefs about Social Security’s capacity to support them in retirement, revealed that approximately one-fifth of individuals aged 55 and above are skeptical about its reliability for their golden …

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Johnson Defies Biden, Casts Doubt on Border Deal for Ukraine Aid

Washington, D.C. – As the political tug-of-war over Ukraine aid and border security continues, Senator Johnson stands firm in his opposition to a proposed deal, defying the Biden administration’s efforts to unlock the much-needed assistance. The negotiations between Congress and the White House have hit a roadblock, with no clear resolution in sight. The standoff has sparked tensions between lawmakers, with House and Senate Republicans at odds over the issue. Johnson’s unwavering stance on border …

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Stefani Affirms Love Amid Divorce Speculation: No Doubt of Commitment to Blake Shelton

Los Angeles, California – Singer Gwen Stefani recently addressed rumors of a split with her husband Blake Shelton in an interview with Nylon magazine. Despite insecurities and overthinking, Stefani described their relationship as being “in love with my best friend.” The 54-year-old singer acknowledged the challenges of maintaining a healthy relationship amidst personal doubts and outside scrutiny. Stefani’s openness about her struggles led to the creation of a duet with Shelton called “Purple Irises.” The …

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Gov. Mike Dunleavy Casts Doubt on Public Sector Pension Plan, Touts Teacher Bonuses as Alternative

JUNEAU, Alaska – Gov. Mike Dunleavy of Alaska expressed uncertainty about the future of a bill aimed at transitioning many public-sector workers back to a pension system, despite it recently passing the Senate with bipartisan support. The proposed bill would offer state and local government employees, including teachers, the option to switch from the existing defined-contribution retirement plan to a pension plan. Advocates argue that this change would enhance the recruitment and retention of employees. …

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