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1 Million American Pension Plans Could Be Insolvent In 10 Years
The agency in charge of insuring private-sector pension plans is warning about big problems on the horizon. The Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation projects that several large multi-employer plans will become insolvent within the next decade.
For Millions Of Millennials: Some College, No Degree, Lots Of Debt
Noelle Johnson has about $20,000 in student loans and is still working on her degree. Without the higher earnings a B.A. can bring, even a modest student debt load can pose a big challenge.
Old Man Winter Knocks Hard On One Buffalo, N.Y., Resident's Door
An unseasonable storm has dropped five feet of snow in 10 counties in western New York State. Melissa Block talks to Chris Hazard about how snow crashed into her family home in Buffalo.
Sen. Angus King: Executive Action On Immigration Could Backfire
Melissa Block talks with Sen. Angus King of Maine, an independent, about his decision to vote "no" on the Keystone XL pipeline and his thoughts on Obama's plan to take executive action on immigration.
Guantanamo Nurse Could Be Discharged For Not Force-Feeding Detainees
Melissa Block speaks with the attorney for a Navy nurse who faces a potential discharge from the military for refusing to continue administering forced-feedings at Guantanamo.
Bush Pilot Helps Rural Alaskan Police Explore Isolated Villages
The troopers who police rural Alaska can't do their jobs without a good bush pilot to fly them into remote areas. In Bristol Bay, that pilot is John Bouker.
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