New York Times
Disability Applications Plunge as the Economy Strengthens
New York Times
The number of Americans seeking Social Security disability benefits is plunging, a startling reversal of a decades-old trend that threatened the program's solvency. It is the latest evidence of a stronger economy pulling people back into the job market ...
Commentary: Social Security crisis shows no news is bad news
Opinion: Celebrating a milestone for disability rights
It was in 1978 – long before the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and long before many of the recent achievements in the disability rights movement – when Freeholder Director Jeremiah O'Connor and a handful of other progressive visionaries ...
Ex-police captain pleads guilty in disability theft
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A former eastern Missouri police officer has admitted to the theft of more than $68,000 in federal disability benefits. Sixty-year-old Everett James, of St. Louis, Missouri, pleaded guilty Tuesday to making a false statement to the ...
Police captain pleads guilty to stealing $68000 in disability benefits
David Tennant to Star in Disability-Themed Comedy for the BBC
Former “Doctor Who” star David Tennant will play the father of a severely learning-disabled girl in “There She Goes,” a new comedy for the BBC from Sharon Horgan's production company Merman. The five-part series will go out on the pubcaster's BBC Four ...
Tennant to star in learning disability comedy