The Social Security Administration has released its annual list of top baby names in the U.S.
The Social Security Administration's 1,200 field offices have offered only limited in-person service since March 2020.
The Social Security Administration's baby names data goes back more than a century.
“Today’s development ensures that the door stays open for seniors who were wrongly locked out," Lambda Legal said.
Officials said Nancy Shedleski admitted to dismembering his body and disposing of his remains after he died at their Pennsylvania home in 2015.
Millions will see a 5.9% increase in their Social Security checks starting next year.
The move will wipe out more than $5.8 billion of student loan debt for more than 300,000 Americans with disabilities that leave them unable to earn significant incomes.
Former Rep. Donna Shalala, a White House aide and a Social Security expert are all up for the job.
The Social Security Administration's baby name data contains some interesting statistics.
In a reversal, Supplemental Security Income recipients won’t lose benefits even if coronavirus relief payments are still in their bank accounts.