Scammers Posing As Sutter Health Employees To Obtain Customers' Banking, Credit Card InformationSutter Health is warning its customers about a scam where people are posing as employees of the company in order to get personal information.
Ceres Woman Accused Of Stealing Social Security Money Through Charitable OrganizationThe Department of Justice announced Tuesday that a Ceres woman was arrested and charged with 10 counts of mail fraud and one county of Conversion of Social Security benefits.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Who Stole Social Security Benefits From Breast Cancer Patient?Each year, 4.5 million Americans get their Social Security benefits on debit cards, but what happens if a fraudster drains your account?
Infant Social Security Numbers Are For Sale On The Dark WebCybercriminals claim to be selling the Social Security numbers of babies on the dark web.
Equifax Reports Data Breach Possibly Impacting 143M ConsumersCredit reporting firm Equifax announced Thursday that 143 million consumers in the United States could be impacted by a cybersecurity breach.
California Man Accused Of Stealing $400K In Social Security BenefitsFederal prosecutors say a Los Angeles man is accused of stealing more than $400,000 in Social Security benefits intended for his father and former stepmother.
No Social Security Increase This Year, Thanks To Lower Gas PricesBy law, the annual cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, is based on a government measure of inflation, which is being dragged down by lower prices at the pump.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Social Security Erroneously Declares 9,000 Dead a YearSeventy-eight year old Elizabeth Passage said the Social Security Administration wrongfully declared her dead.
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.
She's Not Dead: Lodi Woman Mistakenly Declared Deceased By Social Security While dealing with the loss of her 89-year-old husband, Leona Turner was faced with another hardship—she was declared dead.
Gov. Brown Vows To Start Debate Over Teacher PensionsIn Gov. Jerry Brown's promise to start paying off California's massive liabilities, the largest single unfunded debt will not be seeing any additional pay-down in the coming fiscal year.
Social Security In 1935: How Today's Health Law Should EvolveImagine how social security was first administered. Now imagine how the Affordable Care Act could look in 75 years.
Sacramento State Employees Just Being Notified About August Security BreachNews of the August breach is just trickling out. It took the university about a month to figure out the scope of the breach and are only this week reaching out to affected employees.
Caring For The Elderly: Does China Have It Right?China recently passed an Elderly Rights Law, requiring adult children to stay connected with their parents.
Federal Shutdown: What's Closed And What's Open?The federal government shutdown furloughed as many as 800,000 of the nation’s 2.1 million federal workers as it hit early Tuesday after a bitterly divided Congress failed to approve a temporary spending bill to keep the government running.